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RobS
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« on: June 15, 2017, 08:53:03 PM »

Good evening Gulf Coast crabbers!

    The military has brought me from Dover, DE to Charleston, SC and now Panama City, FL. Crabbing at my previous two locations was fairly easy due to so much water Way open to the public. It was easy to go throw a crab trap from the shore and let it soak for 24hr without too much worry of trap theives.

Since moving here I haven't be able to find too many public spots that weren't too crazy with population or excessive traffic. Can anyone help me out on great crabbing spots for box traps that can be left to soak without the use of a boat?

Greatly appreciate any advise and help in advance.

Thank you
-Rob
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« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2017, 10:55:44 PM »

 
     The water in that area is to beautiful for crabbing.   
   
     Give up crabbing and get a catboat sailboat and go sailing instead. 
                       
                           
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