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  • General Discussion
    on the water quotes CaptWilliecrab 23 2425 January 28 2016 03 44 43 PM by GatorTales Anybody else doing this today Harford Crabber 14 1171 January 28 2016 10 40 12 AM by Plankcrawler Snow storm KCM Landscaping LLC 0 304 January 23 2016 08 26 06 PM by KCM Landscaping LLC That TIME again tattoo 23 1347 January 06 2016 09 18 10 PM by CraigFos XMAS tattoo 21 1279 December 26 2015 12 18 22 PM by Woodym My El Nino Prediction 11 15 15 king crab 48 8 1109 December 19 2015 06 23 57 PM by Camron If your tired of Turkey genecrabman 9 1034 December 02 2015 09 00 13 AM by Ron THANKSGIVING tattoo 7 529 November 26 2015 08 39 59 PM by capt ron Crab Run genecrabman 1 706 November 13 2015 10 42 38 AM by genecrabman Cape Cod Waters Topdog242 3 657 November 09 2015 05 14 42 PM by Topdog242 Cow Nose Rays Crabbyd 6 765 November 05 2015 07 38 49 AM by double E I Caught A Female With Eggs Last Week rockyoutdoors 10 1002 November 03 2015 07 17 29 AM by double E Crab Run genecrabman 4 926 October 30 2015 06 07 52 AM by genecrabman Yellow jacket bees and crabs discover 17 1162 October 28 2015 03 35 21 PM by krabimperial Wanted Mutzy Measurer shedhunta 15 1109 October 25 2015 02 53 28 PM by Crab Nebula Blue Crab Grip PSI smokejumper 8 1094 October 20 2015 07 35 31 AM by shedking Be careful out there Seaweed 5 1035 October 12 2015 10 20 48 PM by Seaweed bacterial infection from crab grab on finger cullermagic 16 1789 October 09 2015 12 48 55 PM by crabster2 Pages 1 2 3

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  • Pulling Topless Traps
    um wid a neck an a line Bile de water til e good n hot Den eat de crab strait from de pot Oh de beer he taste so chilly Drinks it til I gets too silly Washin down de crab an butter If I doesn t fall down I ll ave anudder mattio41 Registered User Offline Gender Posts 82 Location Monmouth County NJ Re Pulling Topless Traps Reply 2 on April 22 2016 06 30 55 AM Thanks Crew started to get that feeling last night when I went out to try Logged Chef Lar Lifetime Member Offline Gender Posts 7520 Location Lancaster Co Pa Re Pulling Topless Traps Reply 3 on April 22 2016 02 41 37 PM Wanted to wait for someone else who might have a more educated thought but in most cases I get to the traps grab the float and pull quick and steady Trying to work out the tide the current angle of the sun and you ll never have just the right way I must say it is funny I had the same question about seven or eight years ago till I met this group Got myself all worked up about nothing If by chance you are using ring traps at some time pull real fast Just a thought Good luck Lar Logged Don t be a dumbass Whiskey Tango Foxtrot What does the U S government and the Mexican drug cartels have in common The both want to keep marijuana illegal Grizzly36 Member Offline Gender Posts 1794 Location Work as usual Re Pulling Topless Traps Reply 4 on April 22 2016 02 47 20 PM I prefer to drive into the current tide and letting off the throttle as i approach the bouy This allows for grabbing the bouy pulling and tightening the line as the boat continues to glide over the trap I deally i should be over the trap as it reaches the surface or about halfway Plus i find it harder to control the boat when going with the flow of water Delaware rivers can have some mean currents Logged Trips Bushels Traps Trotline Crabs picked Ron Lifetime Member Global Moderator Offline Gender Posts 19377 Location Somers Point NJ Re Pulling Topless Traps Reply 5 on April 22 2016 04 36 41 PM Run your trap line in the same direction as the tide 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 bellringer Supporting Member Offline Gender Posts 821 Location middletown de Great fun Re Pulling Topless Traps Reply 6 on April 22 2016 05 08 06 PM If you go into the tide there will be no slack in your line making your job pulling a little easier You ll want to pull faster to keep more pressure on the crab in the trap since

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  • Hard Crabbing Know-How
    PM by jack1747 Best Time to go Crabbing in Winter If at all TheRiz 4 783 February 13 2016 07 10 26 PM by Crabcruncher Do new pots need a break in period Dhart 3 598 February 02 2016 06 56 52 PM by Dhart Necks versus thighs or backs randellbutts 11 1671 February 01 2016 02 30 40 PM by jockotim Trap Line GatorTales 6 703 January 28 2016 12 30 50 PM by GatorTales Razor Clams smokejumper 3 965 January 12 2016 03 13 42 PM by ShoreCrabber Crab Gear smokejumper 2 565 January 12 2016 09 54 24 AM by jack1747 Wed Nov 25 Building My Style Topless Traps during the winter CaptWilliecrab 12 1708 November 30 2015 11 15 56 AM by Crab Nebula Crab pot use jp57 14 2069 November 23 2015 03 53 42 PM by GScott How To Run An Auto Dipper fantasywinner35 5 932 November 19 2015 12 49 03 PM by ericm107 trot line set up question basscat 7 1329 November 02 2015 02 36 29 PM by Crabbyd advice on using trap in a line method bonefreak 16 1736 October 30 2015 03 30 12 AM by capt crab Razor Clams covefarm 1 426 October 26 2015 09 25 22 AM by Crabbyd Trotline Question BJ1fish 2 786 October 18 2015 11 14 33 AM by capt ron Louisiana solo scooper 1 2 capt ron 36 3982 October 15 2015 05 15 29 PM by capt ron fowl vs chicken jlax27 18 1877 October 15 2015 12 14 01 PM by rdbeard One more chicken neck question Edaoud 9 1590 October 15 2015 09 10 31 AM by arti0972 Crabbing Right Now Have a Question caledonn65 2 524 October 14 2015 10 07 35 AM by caledonn65 Trotline speed meklir

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  • Snood questions
    of string rope cord and worked fine That s where the idea came from I don t agree that the bungee cord is going to tighten up because a crab ate the bait under it I ve been using straight lines for years and the crabs will eat the bait up to the knot and that s it I ve had plenty of baits with bones on both sides of the knot but the meat under the knot is still intact I think the bungee and fuel line are both inferior because the rubber elastic deteriorates much faster then the main line will The length of the drop lines are a personal preference Use what works for you Frank Winne may have sold to the public but I think they have stopped Reds member on here could tell you more he put together an order several years ago Logged shorebilly Registered User Offline Gender Posts 28 Location Kent Island MD Crab Life Re Snood questions Reply 4 on April 27 2016 07 42 26 PM Thanks for the info I thought about buying a bunch pre made but I like to make my own gear If I ever have more money then time ill start paying people to make me stuff I would imagine a tight slipknot would keep the bait Not sure what direction ill go yet a rope with a knot would be simple Logged Shore Crabbing its a way of life Work sucks Go Crabbing Take a kid Crabbing free labor Alcoholic Crabber two addictions that go hand and hand Crabcruncher Registered User Offline Gender Posts 728 Location Panama city Beach Florida Re Snood questions Reply 5 on April 29 2016 02 14 28 PM If you bait your trotline with semi frozen necks when they defrost in the water you need something that has a residual tightening effect Think of a bungee as being spring loaded and you will understand why it is better than cord Also it is very easy to bait and debait a line requiring just a single pull on one end Mikie you said you use a straight line which I take it to mean no snoods and don t have a problem When you run a straight line the slipknot that holds your bait is under tension every time you run it While those who use snoods do not have that advantage They make up for it by using bungee I would use bungee just for the ease of baiting and debaiting Last Edit April 29 2016 02 21 17 PM by Crabcruncher Logged Say brother can you spare a crab Mikie Registered User Offline Gender Posts 1839 Location Kent Island Md Re Snood questions Reply 6 on April 29 2016 02 53 05 PM That is true The straight line does have some tension but not much unless it becomes snagged on something I don t bait with frozen or semi frozen baits I m using 7 line which doesn

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