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While the talk of late has been about the heat, it wasn't too long ago we were all abuzz over the cold.
And cold news is no good news for the shrimp season.
Once water temperatures hit the low 40s, it becomes lethal to shrimp, and Georgia officials are already warning the season could start some two or more weeks late.
Jacksonville.com has a nice report on the matter; read it here.
We're still awaiting official word out of the S.C. DNR, but we'll let you know what we hear. Usually shrimp season opens around mid-May in South Carolina.