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« on: September 02, 2017, 10:30:23 AM »

Crabbed Tyler Rd bridge & Halfway Creek in Tuckahoe Wildlife Mgmt Area yesterday without any luck for good keepers. Lots of little ones 3 & under, good sign for the future. 
Got to thinking though: I remember crabbing with my dad  in the late 60's & 70's and the abundance of kelp/seaweed and mussels that existed along the banks, even into the early 80's. It was good to use for keeping the crabs moist and out of the sun, but now there are not any existing habitats like this along these areas. Has there been too much freshwater infiltration to these habitats?Huh?
Could this be a correlation of why good size crabs aren't as abundant?
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