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Crawfishin 2022

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pickardjw:
Anyone been having any luck this season? Just picked up 3 frabill pots and hoping to get started on Lake Wa soon.

Did a test drop last weekend and found out one thing. The weed line can be quite a ways out from shore, or at least enough to where it would be in potential boat traffic areas. How would you handle that situation?

dilleytech:
Putting traps anywhere you think boats will be running is asking for your traps to get stolen. I generally trap in sub 10’ water from shore where I can hide my trap line and do very well.

KFhunter:
I had several traps stolen on a lake you can't get a boat too, I just didn't figure on someone casting a fishing lure to snag my floats and reel them in close enough to grab from shore  :bash:

dilleytech:

--- Quote from: KFhunter on June 29, 2022, 09:08:21 AM ---I had several traps stolen on a lake you can't get a boat too, I just didn't figure on someone casting a fishing lure to snag my floats and reel them in close enough to grab from shore  :bash:

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Crawfishing is such a uncommon thing people see floats on a line and they think what’s that? So they pull it in. And a lot of people are trash so they take them. If I can’t tie them off all sneaky like I won’t fish that spot. And target spot I don’t think someone will fish. It’s about craw boil time

Jake Dogfish:
I was crawfishin/fishin a lake, setup my pots on a remote stretch on the opposite shore.  Guy comes down with his kids, hikes a mile through the brush with no trail to where my pots are at about 50 feet offshore.  Kid starts casting at my float saying “Dad i almost got it”. I shout over hey that’s my pot and the guy says “oh sorry” but the kid just kept casting at it. 
Had to pull up and fish another part of the lake.  :iamwithstupid:

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