It's an art form that developed when plastic-wrapped wire traps replaced the iconic wooden lobster traps. They stack high - and green is one of the common colors used. This one in Rockland was featured on the Discovery Channel. You see some on lawns too. Like this one at a fisherman's house on Main Street in Friendship.
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