Crayfish/crawfish/crawdads

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here2fish
Just got back from a fish market and saw that they had a bunch of live crayfish.
Just wondering if anyone ever uses them on steel? :think:
 
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FishSchooler
If they are not half-rotten-but-still-alive-and-dirty, you can.
 
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Kodiak
Use them like prawn tails, tear the tail off, peel them, rift them like a prawn....if you can keep them alive they go great with beer.
 
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Mad dog
Kodiak said:
Use them like prawn tails, tear the tail off, peel them, rift them like a prawn....if you can keep them alive they go great with beer.

:clap: :clap: :clap: Always catch more than you intend to use for fishing! :D
 
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Dan Feller
here2fish said:
Just got back from a fish market and saw that they had a bunch of live crayfish.
Just wondering if anyone ever uses them on steel? :think:

If you want to use crawdads catch your own. The ones for sale that I have seen are Southern crayfish. Non-native crayfish are high on the ODFW's list of invasive species!
 

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