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« on: June 12, 2022, 08:33:13 PM »

Yet another not good report. 500' trot line & 2 pots (replaced the lost one) - water 73*, calm as could be. Brought home 24 big boys. However, 6 we're from yesterday's catch that we just put in a pot for today so technically 6 yesterday and 18 today. 1/2 we're 5-1/4"-ish and the rest up to 5-3/4" with 2 at 5-31/32". All but 2 or 3 we're real heavy. Odd thing was only 2 other boats out crabbing and not a thousand pots out. Same thing we've been seeing this whole year thus far.  Yesterday we were the only boat down there. Usually this time of year the river is loaded with pots and boats. Haven't seen that yet. Anyone have any clues? Anyone know where the beautiful blue crabs went? All the fellers I know down here are all singing the same tune and much like myself, clueless. Very frustrating. But goes without saying, still better than working. Good luck to everybody
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Be safe, keep em' legal & don't raid my pots!
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« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2022, 11:58:27 AM »

May be the price of gas keeping the boats docked.
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