noun, plural shellfisheries.
the industry and commerce of catching, processing, and selling shellfish; raising shellfish for commercial purposes.
a commercial shellfish bed. Unabridged
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The falls limit tidal fluctuations upstream, creating more protected conditions ideal for a productive shellfishery.
The area is also a popular fishing ground for summer and winter flounder and is home to a productive shellfishery.
When levels are too high, the local shellfishery must be shut down.
The tidal fluctuations within its protected waterways provide excellent conditions for a productive shellfishery.
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