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Old 06-12-2011, 02:46 PM
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Been crabbing up north by Lake Charles and catching the biggest crabs that i've ever seen in the area. Solid 8 inch tip to tip crabs. Been nice when the boats are out in full force and you can't bass fish to go and catch several dozen crabs.
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Old 06-12-2011, 02:46 PM
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Cook Dat! You just gonna boil them?
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Old 06-12-2011, 02:48 PM
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Cook Dat! You just gonna boil them?
I didn't go today, We've made like 3 trips in the past week. Just had time to give a lil report.. Been giving to my bud, his dad is a pretty good cook. I don't eat boiled crabs much. Too much work, for too little meat
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Old 06-12-2011, 03:22 PM
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Been crabbing up north by Lake Charles and catching the biggest crabs that i've ever seen in the area. Solid 8 inch tip to tip crabs. Been nice when the boats are out in full force and you can't bass fish to go and catch several dozen crabs.

Pictures or it did not happen!!!!!!!

.I think this one measured 8 1/4".
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Old 06-12-2011, 03:36 PM
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I didn't go today, We've made like 3 trips in the past week. Just had time to give a lil report.. Been giving to my bud, his dad is a pretty good cook. I don't eat boiled crabs much. Too much work, for too little meat
yep. I agree. Too much work for too little. I used to think the same about crawfish when I first came down in '08.
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Old 06-12-2011, 03:51 PM
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I don't eat boiled crabs much. Too much work, for too little meat

Me neither. But, my buddy's new bride is something special. She just LOVES to peel crabs but she don't like to eat them. So she is always invited and I sit her down next to me. She peels crabs, I drink beer and eat the meat.
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Old 06-12-2011, 03:53 PM
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Pictures or it did not happen!!!!!!!

.I think this one measured 8 1/4".
That was our average size crab. Not sure why, but we couldn't buy a small crab.

we only averaged about 3 dozen a trip
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Old 06-12-2011, 05:21 PM
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That was our average size crab. Not sure why, but we couldn't buy a small crab.

we only averaged about 3 dozen a trip
I started cleanin them before i boil, I need to go catch some to try catchin some red with.
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Old 06-12-2011, 05:26 PM
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i dont mind doing the work. ill sit and eat crabs till im sick!!
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Old 06-12-2011, 07:06 PM
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yep. I agree. Too much work for too little. I used to think the same about crawfish when I first came down in '08.
And what have you been eating ever since you came in 08?
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Old 06-12-2011, 07:28 PM
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And what have you been eating ever since you came in 08?
Crawfish are good. Still take me too long to eat. Learned a quick way last time, so maybe my intake speed will increase.
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Old 06-12-2011, 07:33 PM
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Crawfish are good. Still take me too long to eat. Learned a quick way last time, so maybe my intake speed will increase.
Push da tail in, pull da tail out, bring meat to mouth, peench da tail, eat da tail, and then . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . suck da head!

I Love BBQ Crabs ill sit there and fight them till i cant feel my fingertips! Purty good trowed up in a gumbo to!
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Never tried crabs on the grill before,heard it was good.
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[QUOTE=bjhooper82;267506]i dont mind doing the work. ill sit and eat crabs till im sick!![/QUOTE]

X2, I love me some boiled crabs.
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i dont mind doing the work. ill sit and eat crabs till im sick!!
X2 i love em, fool hook me up with a couple dozen for next weekend
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longer they take to eat, da more beer you get to drink!
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Crawfish are good. Still take me too long to eat. Learned a quick way last time, so maybe my intake speed will increase.
I didnt really start eating them till I was 13. My intake speed is a little slow, but I will eat the most and pay for it later.
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Pictures or it did not happen!!!!!!!

.I think this one measured 8 1/4".
That is a nice crab....it would look good in a mount.
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longer they take to eat, da more beer you get to drink!
That's my way of thinking! And as for "da teeps fa eetin dem crawfeesh"..they taught me that at my company party memorial day. I was goin through them quick..still ain't sucked the head out of a crawfish. Maybe just aint been drunk enough
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That's my way of thinking! And as for "da teeps fa eetin dem crawfeesh"..they taught me that at my company party memorial day. I was goin through them quick..still ain't sucked the head out of a crawfish. Maybe just aint been drunk enough
Well my friend . . . . . you are missing the best part!
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