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  • So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now.......
    Member Offline Gender Posts 66745 Location Glassboro NJ MY BOAT CRAB TRAP Re So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now Reply 4 on October 02 2015 08 15 27 PM only closed for a few days Logged A CRAB A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY Click Here To Mount Your Crab Ron Lifetime Member Global Moderator Offline Gender Posts 19377 Location Somers Point NJ Re So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now Reply 5 on October 05 2015 09 13 51 AM Should open back up today Logged 7th Annual Assault on Patcong Creek Crabbing Tournament BBQ June 25 2016 Somers Point NJ http www assaultonpatcongcreek com To Register http assaultonpatcongcreek com the crabbing tournament tournament registration Check us out on Facebook https www facebook com assaultonpatcongcreek tattoo Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 66745 Location Glassboro NJ MY BOAT CRAB TRAP Re So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now Reply 6 on October 05 2015 11 15 41 AM Thats good news go get em guys Logged A CRAB A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY Click Here To Mount Your Crab Crabbygene Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 405 Location York PA 15 trips 13 bushes half Re So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now Reply 7 on October 05 2015 04 13 20 PM I ll be out Saturday and Sunday Logged I m a crabbing machine Crab Nebula Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 5656 Location MontCo PA Re So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now Reply 8 on October 05 2015 05 09 01 PM Administrative Order 2015 11 the Precautionary Closure of Shellfish Beds put into effect at sunset on October 2 has been superseded and repealed by Administrative Order 2015 12 which goes into effect immediately after sunset 6 37 p m

    Original URL path: http://www.bluecrab.info/forum/index.php?topic=78883.0 (2016-05-02)
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  • So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now.......
    Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 66745 Location Glassboro NJ MY BOAT CRAB TRAP Re So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now Reply 4 on October 02 2015 08 15 27 PM only closed for a few days Logged A CRAB A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY Click Here To Mount Your Crab Ron Lifetime Member Global Moderator Offline Gender Posts 19377 Location Somers Point NJ Re So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now Reply 5 on October 05 2015 09 13 51 AM Should open back up today Logged 7th Annual Assault on Patcong Creek Crabbing Tournament BBQ June 25 2016 Somers Point NJ http www assaultonpatcongcreek com To Register http assaultonpatcongcreek com the crabbing tournament tournament registration Check us out on Facebook https www facebook com assaultonpatcongcreek tattoo Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 66745 Location Glassboro NJ MY BOAT CRAB TRAP Re So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now Reply 6 on October 05 2015 11 15 41 AM Thats good news go get em guys Logged A CRAB A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY Click Here To Mount Your Crab Crabbygene Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 405 Location York PA 15 trips 13 bushes half Re So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now Reply 7 on October 05 2015 04 13 20 PM I ll be out Saturday and Sunday Logged I m a crabbing machine Crab Nebula Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 5656 Location MontCo PA Re So I Guess Crab Season is Closed Now Reply 8 on October 05 2015 05 09 01 PM Administrative Order 2015 11 the Precautionary Closure of Shellfish Beds put into effect at sunset on October 2 has been superseded and repealed by Administrative Order 2015 12 which goes into effect immediately after sunset 6 37 p

    Original URL path: http://www.bluecrab.info/forum/index.php?topic=78883.msg698161 (2016-05-02)
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  • DNR's new fleet
    Reply 3 on September 01 2015 01 18 36 PM Quote from rdbeard on September 01 2015 12 15 39 PM So now we know where the 215 dollar harvester fee went and why we have to pay it every year along with the increase lic fees yep Logged Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body but rather to skid in broadside a crab in one hand a beer in the other thoroughly used up totally worn out and loudly proclaiming WOW What a Ride capt ron Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 4820 Location Montz La 70068 Re DNR s new fleet Reply 4 on September 03 2015 10 26 29 AM Looks like there isn t enough V build into the hull In rough water they re going to take a pounding Ronnie Logged laissez les bon temps rouler let the good times roll rdbeard Registered User Offline Gender Posts 2166 Location stoney creek md Re DNR s new fleet Reply 5 on September 03 2015 11 52 08 AM Ron i agree 100 those look very round on entry can t see the stern but round also more than likley Dosen t the name Everglades indicate fairly calm waters The bay can really roll sometimes and they would not get anywhere fast on a rough day on the Chesapeake Logged Seaweed Supporting Member Offline Gender Posts 5867 Location Maryland Beware of the guy in orange Re DNR s new fleet Reply 6 on September 03 2015 01 46 37 PM Quote from rdbeard on September 01 2015 12 15 39 PM So now we know where the 215 dollar harvester fee went and why we have to pay it every year along with the increase lic fees yep Now I can t outrun them Logged Git r dun capt ron Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 4820 Location Montz La 70068 Re DNR s new fleet Reply 7 on September 06 2015 12 11 17 PM Here our Wildlife and Fisheries agents have 23 25 skiffs with deep V bottoms with nothing less than one 250 HP Yamaha engine If they are patrolling inland waters they re in 19 skiffs with 150 200 Hp Yamaha If they are patrolling swamps they re in aluminum boats with Gator Tail engines like mine and if they are in the saltwater marsh they re in air boats I think they also have 1 or 2 helicopters Lot of places to hide around here But remember no matter how fast your boat is you can t out run that radio Ronnie Logged laissez les bon temps rouler let the good times roll crabbrgrabbr Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 64 Location Howard County MD Re DNR s new fleet Reply 8 on September 10 2015 11 04 35 AM Just one more example of politicians wasting our tax dollars on something they no very little about The solution always seems

    Original URL path: http://www.bluecrab.info/forum/index.php?topic=78234.0 (2016-05-02)
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  • DNR's new fleet
    3 on September 01 2015 01 18 36 PM Quote from rdbeard on September 01 2015 12 15 39 PM So now we know where the 215 dollar harvester fee went and why we have to pay it every year along with the increase lic fees yep Logged Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body but rather to skid in broadside a crab in one hand a beer in the other thoroughly used up totally worn out and loudly proclaiming WOW What a Ride capt ron Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 4820 Location Montz La 70068 Re DNR s new fleet Reply 4 on September 03 2015 10 26 29 AM Looks like there isn t enough V build into the hull In rough water they re going to take a pounding Ronnie Logged laissez les bon temps rouler let the good times roll rdbeard Registered User Offline Gender Posts 2166 Location stoney creek md Re DNR s new fleet Reply 5 on September 03 2015 11 52 08 AM Ron i agree 100 those look very round on entry can t see the stern but round also more than likley Dosen t the name Everglades indicate fairly calm waters The bay can really roll sometimes and they would not get anywhere fast on a rough day on the Chesapeake Logged Seaweed Supporting Member Offline Gender Posts 5867 Location Maryland Beware of the guy in orange Re DNR s new fleet Reply 6 on September 03 2015 01 46 37 PM Quote from rdbeard on September 01 2015 12 15 39 PM So now we know where the 215 dollar harvester fee went and why we have to pay it every year along with the increase lic fees yep Now I can t outrun them Logged Git r dun capt ron Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 4820 Location Montz La 70068 Re DNR s new fleet Reply 7 on September 06 2015 12 11 17 PM Here our Wildlife and Fisheries agents have 23 25 skiffs with deep V bottoms with nothing less than one 250 HP Yamaha engine If they are patrolling inland waters they re in 19 skiffs with 150 200 Hp Yamaha If they are patrolling swamps they re in aluminum boats with Gator Tail engines like mine and if they are in the saltwater marsh they re in air boats I think they also have 1 or 2 helicopters Lot of places to hide around here But remember no matter how fast your boat is you can t out run that radio Ronnie Logged laissez les bon temps rouler let the good times roll crabbrgrabbr Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 64 Location Howard County MD Re DNR s new fleet Reply 8 on September 10 2015 11 04 35 AM Just one more example of politicians wasting our tax dollars on something they no very little about The solution always seems to

    Original URL path: http://www.bluecrab.info/forum/index.php?topic=78234.msg694705 (2016-05-02)
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  • Bay's crabs rebounding, survey finds
    is a game of pinches Ron Mattson Sr Registered User Offline Gender Posts 3 Location Wilmington Delaware Re Bay s crabs rebounding survey finds Reply 3 on August 29 2015 01 26 49 PM Quote from East Shore Crabber on April 27 2015 02 29 42 PM http news maryland gov dnr 2015 04 27 chesapeake bay blue crab population shows modest improvement utm source News Briefs 4 27 15 utm campaign 04 27 DNR NEWS NOW Blue Crab utm medium email A total misrepresentation of the truth The crabs are in dire trouble and only the allocationists can do anything about it We are doomed to disaster Logged rdbeard Registered User Offline Gender Posts 2166 Location stoney creek md Re Bay s crabs rebounding survey finds Reply 4 on August 31 2015 09 09 01 AM Quote from KALknowsRAE on April 27 2015 04 45 30 PM catch limits put on female and juvenile crabs I wasn t aware of commercial harvesting of juvenile crabs I guess this is another example of top notch journalism from the Baltimore Sun Probaly reffering to the harvest of juvinile male and female crabs meaning the softcrab industry it is legal to harvest peelers at 3 1 2 inches Logged Seaweed Supporting Member Offline Gender Posts 5867 Location Maryland Beware of the guy in orange Re Bay s crabs rebounding survey finds Reply 5 on August 31 2015 10 24 47 AM One decent year does not make a trend Its not time to break out the champagne when all of the data shows downward trends Remember Martin O Malley saved the crabs and then the next 2 years were horrendous Logged Git r dun Pages 1 Go Up Print Blue Crab Forum Reference Questions and Help Crab News Topic Bay s crabs

    Original URL path: http://www.bluecrab.info/forum/index.php?topic=75258.0 (2016-05-02)
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  • Bay's crabs rebounding, survey finds
    Crabbing is a game of pinches Ron Mattson Sr Registered User Offline Gender Posts 3 Location Wilmington Delaware Re Bay s crabs rebounding survey finds Reply 3 on August 29 2015 01 26 49 PM Quote from East Shore Crabber on April 27 2015 02 29 42 PM http news maryland gov dnr 2015 04 27 chesapeake bay blue crab population shows modest improvement utm source News Briefs 4 27 15 utm campaign 04 27 DNR NEWS NOW Blue Crab utm medium email A total misrepresentation of the truth The crabs are in dire trouble and only the allocationists can do anything about it We are doomed to disaster Logged rdbeard Registered User Offline Gender Posts 2166 Location stoney creek md Re Bay s crabs rebounding survey finds Reply 4 on August 31 2015 09 09 01 AM Quote from KALknowsRAE on April 27 2015 04 45 30 PM catch limits put on female and juvenile crabs I wasn t aware of commercial harvesting of juvenile crabs I guess this is another example of top notch journalism from the Baltimore Sun Probaly reffering to the harvest of juvinile male and female crabs meaning the softcrab industry it is legal to harvest peelers at 3 1 2 inches Logged Seaweed Supporting Member Offline Gender Posts 5867 Location Maryland Beware of the guy in orange Re Bay s crabs rebounding survey finds Reply 5 on August 31 2015 10 24 47 AM One decent year does not make a trend Its not time to break out the champagne when all of the data shows downward trends Remember Martin O Malley saved the crabs and then the next 2 years were horrendous Logged Git r dun Pages 1 Go Up Print Blue Crab Forum Reference Questions and Help Crab News Topic Bay s

    Original URL path: http://www.bluecrab.info/forum/index.php?topic=75258.msg692880 (2016-05-02)
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  • Crabs clog drain pipe at water treatment plant in Texas
    THE DOCTOR AWAY Click Here To Mount Your Crab Crabcruncher Registered User Offline Gender Posts 728 Location Panama city Beach Florida Re Crabs clog drain pipe at water treatment plant in Texas Reply 3 on August 16 2015 12 37 33 PM Wheres the nearest intake pipe and do they rent boats there Logged Say brother can you spare a crab Edaoud Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 1131 Location Rockville MD Re Crabs clog drain pipe at water treatment plant in Texas Reply 4 on August 16 2015 01 52 40 PM Quote from Crabcruncher on August 16 2015 12 37 33 PM Wheres the nearest intake pipe and do they rent boats there Logged ralphrepo Registered User Offline Gender Posts 154 Location new york Re Crabs clog drain pipe at water treatment plant in Texas Reply 5 on August 18 2015 11 43 01 AM I m wondering what they meant by spring rains produced a banner crop Am I to take that that they needed fresh water to induce mating behavior Further don t females migrate to higher salinity to release eggs Or does this mean that fresher water simply attracts more male crabs to that location I d say one thing about it sure wish I was in Texas LOL Logged Crabcruncher Registered User Offline Gender Posts 728 Location Panama city Beach Florida Re Crabs clog drain pipe at water treatment plant in Texas Reply 6 on August 18 2015 12 36 47 PM I know that fresher water entering Apalachicola Bay here in Florida helps protect the oyster population from salt water predators Maybe same is true for Texas waters limiting the hunting grounds for crab predators that require more saline waters Logged Say brother can you spare a crab Pages 1 Go Up Print Blue

    Original URL path: http://www.bluecrab.info/forum/index.php?topic=77769.0 (2016-05-02)
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  • Crabs clog drain pipe at water treatment plant in Texas
    KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY Click Here To Mount Your Crab Crabcruncher Registered User Offline Gender Posts 728 Location Panama city Beach Florida Re Crabs clog drain pipe at water treatment plant in Texas Reply 3 on August 16 2015 12 37 33 PM Wheres the nearest intake pipe and do they rent boats there Logged Say brother can you spare a crab Edaoud Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 1131 Location Rockville MD Re Crabs clog drain pipe at water treatment plant in Texas Reply 4 on August 16 2015 01 52 40 PM Quote from Crabcruncher on August 16 2015 12 37 33 PM Wheres the nearest intake pipe and do they rent boats there Logged ralphrepo Registered User Offline Gender Posts 154 Location new york Re Crabs clog drain pipe at water treatment plant in Texas Reply 5 on August 18 2015 11 43 01 AM I m wondering what they meant by spring rains produced a banner crop Am I to take that that they needed fresh water to induce mating behavior Further don t females migrate to higher salinity to release eggs Or does this mean that fresher water simply attracts more male crabs to that location I d say one thing about it sure wish I was in Texas LOL Logged Crabcruncher Registered User Offline Gender Posts 728 Location Panama city Beach Florida Re Crabs clog drain pipe at water treatment plant in Texas Reply 6 on August 18 2015 12 36 47 PM I know that fresher water entering Apalachicola Bay here in Florida helps protect the oyster population from salt water predators Maybe same is true for Texas waters limiting the hunting grounds for crab predators that require more saline waters Logged Say brother can you spare a crab Pages 1 Go Up Print

    Original URL path: http://www.bluecrab.info/forum/index.php?topic=77769.msg690382 (2016-05-02)
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