Mini, front, and Driggers, back, prepare for another run of hoisting a five-mile-long row of stone crab traps. Mini has worked hauling up stone crab traps for almost 20 years, mostly off the waters of Everglades City. Dean Jones, not pictured, the owner of the boat, said that he has trained countless men to do the grueling work on his boat. 'They'll work one day and go: 'That's it.' You have to be a special breed to do this stuff.' Tristan Spinski/Staff

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Mini, front, and Driggers, back, prepare for another run of hoisting a five-mile-long row of stone crab traps. Mini has worked hauling up stone crab traps for almost 20 years, mostly off the waters of Everglades City. Dean Jones, not pictured, the owner of the boat, said that he has trained countless men to do the grueling work on his boat. "They'll work one day and go: 'That's it.' You have to be a special breed to do this stuff." Tristan Spinski/Staff

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