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    The Gaze of the Abyss B. de Corbin's Avatar
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    Going crayish trapping tomorrow

    Crayfish aren't commonly harvested in Michigan, unlike some of the southern states, so I figure that it oughtta be fairly easy to trap enough for dinner.

    I just finished making two traps, and tomorrow I'll be heading out in the kayak to try them out.

    Wish me luck!
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    Re: Going crayish trapping tomorrow

    Good luck!!
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    Re: Going crayish trapping tomorrow

    are they tasty?
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    Re: Going crayish trapping tomorrow

    They taste lobster-ish.

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