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Lizard333

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I just got done boiling about fifteen pounds of live crawfish caught up here out of Caterack lake near Williams.  They were just what I remember!  Alot of work, but well worth the effort.  My brother and I had a trap and a Spiderman fishing pole with a piece of hotdog on the end.  I haven't had that this much fun since I was kid.  We took turns pulling out crawfish that would grab on to the hotdog and pull them out.  It was a BLAST.  I will be doing it again soon.
#46 - September 06, 2009, 06:26:11 am
Bueller... Bueller...  Bueller..........

Mike (AZBarbeque)

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Nice, got to love a good Crawfish Boil...
#47 - September 06, 2009, 06:29:26 am
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RobOConnell

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Crawfish... cool. Sounds like your gonna have as much fun eating them too.
#48 - September 06, 2009, 08:35:38 am
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Mark

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The added benefit is that you're helping the ecology of the lake. AZ Game & Fish consider mudbugs to be a nuisance that competes with fish. They're happy if you catch and eat all you can. :P 'm happy to oblige them as well.  ;)
#49 - September 06, 2009, 01:02:46 pm
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Lizard333

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The added benefit is that you're helping the ecology of the lake. AZ Game & Fish consider mudbugs to be a nuisance that competes with fish. They're happy if you catch and eat all you can. :P 'm happy to oblige them as well.  ;)

I too know that you are supposed to keep all you catch, but never understood why.  Sure they say it is  because they are not native, but the lakes they "created", are native anyway.  What difference does it make.  I think in this state we have like one or two "Native" lakes anyhow, everything else is a dammed up river  or wash.  Who knows.....
#50 - September 09, 2009, 09:40:21 am
Bueller... Bueller...  Bueller..........

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