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Triton networking on the first Wednesday in May brought the spicy fun of fresh-cooked Louisiana crayfish hosted by V-Kool of Florida. More than 150 captains, crew and industry professionals dug into the “bugs” with potatoes, corn and cold beverages in Fort Lauderdale. Photos by Dorie Cox

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