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Thread: We call it light tackle crab trolling.

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    Default We call it light tackle crab trolling.

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    I've been there:

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    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    I've been there:

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    Yup been there done that too
    I've even caught a crab in davidsonville on the Patuxent cat fishing one day.


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    I think we have all been there done that at one time.
    I just hope this will be another good crabbing season
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    Confucius say man with crabs itching for trouble.
    Mike
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    Luckily for me a crab boat was near by and I went over and he took it off the hook for me and into his pot! A win-win for everybody except the crab

    Yak67

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    Ah, the blue crab...a wonderful tasty crustacean.
    MOC a.k.a. "Machburner the Crab Whisperer"
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    DNR says the female crab population is showing a "banner year" harvest this year- I have noticed that anytime we have a good crab year we have excellent fishing for all my favorite species- speckled trout, redfish, striped bass and cobia all eat blue crabs...
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