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Old 04-21-2009, 2:49 PM
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I love eating seafood, anytime i go out to eat i always get seafood and the crem de la crem to me is crawfish. I cant get enough of these things. Anytime i go anywhere to eat them its about $12 a lb cooked which is quite a bit because i will eat atleast 3lbs, thats nearly 40 bucks after taxes which could goto ammo! So i would love to catch some of these if anyone would point me in a direction of where they are. I understand if you have some secret spots, be assured i will not tell and if necessary I will trade you something in exchange for a good crawfish spot! Can anyone lend a hand?
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We use to throw crawfish cages along the American River...you can get them just about anywhere. Sometimes we dont have time and pick them up some weeks later the cage is crawling with them! At least a good 6-8lbs per pot....but, that was back in the days so I dont know about now.
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I used to catch them when I was a kid at pretty much every local pond or lake in the east bay - Garin Park in Hayward, Lake Chabot, Del Valle...etc...
I was only a boy then, but we'd catch buckets full of them, trapping, or using a piece of hotdog on a string or the best was chicken liver.

Those were the good ol' days. who knows what you'd find there now.
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What part of the bay area?
I used to pull them out of the canal that ran around the back of Sequoia Elementary School. There used to be good easy access on Boyd road just outside the parking lot for the middle school. We'd go down into the tunnel beneath the road with a string and a bucket. Just step on the head of the first one we found rip it's tail off and tie it to the end of the string. Instant fishing.

There's an all u can eat Chinese place in Tracy that serves them year round. It's called "New China"... sadly it's a stones through from where Sandra Cantu lived.
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Old 04-22-2009, 4:08 PM
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I used to catch them in 'the canal' (runs next to the bike trail) near where I grew up in Walnut Creek with salami or bacon on a hook.

The most fun I've had catching them has been SCUBA diving in Lake Natomas (sp?) in Sacramento / Folsom (near the "Pump House"?). It's a lot of effort, but it's fun swiming around and grabbing the little buggers. It's about 10' deep, so you can get a LOT of bottom time on 80 cu ft of air. One caution, the water is murky (7-10' vis), so if you aren't willing to solo dive, you'll spend more time watching your buddy than catching bugs. We stopped going when we read that the mercury levels in American River crawdads is pretty high - haven't been able to validate that, but it was enough to put us off.

You may be able to BUY them by doing some leg work and calling fish markets on the Delta (Isleton, Rio Vista, etc...). An old friend (haven't talked with him in awhile) used to buy them for about $4/lb from a shop in Isleton (home of the Crawdad Festival).

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I have just ordered them from here in the past. http://www.lacrawfish.com/

$ 5.50 per pound shipped to your door. Rats now I want a big pot of them.
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I remember years and years ago, my older cousin and I use to go out to the farmlands about 2 hours away from the bay area. We would find a ditch, jump in, find the hole, stick our hand in and grab any crawdads inside. We usually got a big ice chest or two full. I wish I can remember where that place was now! There was a river about 10 mins away and I caught a good size fish with the crawdad as bait. I need to find a place again!
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http://www.lacrawfish.com/By-the-Pou...ivery-C28.aspx

This is where I get mine. Cheap! Get some friends in the action!
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All along the Sacramento River, Best places is with rocks.
Make sure you have a Fishing license.
If you have traps Bait with cheap dog food with rice and grains to attract them
Bait also with Herring it has a lot of oil. They will eat the Herring.
Fish 8 to 15 feet deep. Leave trap out at least 6 hours.
Remember the clearer the water the better tasting the crayfish.
I have my own crayfish traps there good eating.
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Dang... Clicked on the link now I'm craving the craw... Love that pick with the family dressed in camo.
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Lol, this again. . .

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Scott was the one that brought it up -

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lol, delicious. I want, wait NEED crawdads. I can honestly say I love crawfish as much as I love AK's. No joke.
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Here in Marin, most of the watershed lakes have them.

Lots in the delta too.
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Well you guys sold me, I havent gone for them in about six months now, and my friend wants to go fishing tomorrow, But I think I will just suggest we get some crawfish instead
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I used to catch them when I was a kid at pretty much every local pond or lake in the east bay - Garin Park in Hayward, Lake Chabot, Del Valle...etc...
I was only a boy then, but we'd catch buckets full of them, trapping, or using a piece of hotdog on a string or the best was chicken liver.

Those were the good ol' days. who knows what you'd find there now.
Same here. Bacon on a string worked pretty well too. Never developed the love for mud bugs though.
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When we had a house in merced early 80s we use to go to the creek behind the house and catch them with a string and a piee of ham.Some big ones too.

One day the neighbor took us to some farm canal that they lower the water from time to time to catch them.Alot of mud and hole we would stick our hands in there and pull them out or grab them off the ground in the mud was alot of fun to do so i was about 10-11 years old at the time.we got a few buckets full.We ate thenm the hard way too ripped the tails off and remove the tail meat from the shells alot of work but good tasting.

I went back by our old house a couple of years ago and things have changed alot but the creek was still there as the empty dirt lot at the end of the street.the almond orchard behind house was long gone,our neighborhood was no longer near the outskirts like it once was,corn field across the creek no longer there but new homes,etc.
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don't forget the Isleton Crawdad Festival this June........between Antioch and Sacramento on hwy 120......
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don't forget the Isleton Crawdad Festival this June........between Antioch and Sacramento on hwy 160......
Fixed it for you.
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All along the Sacramento River, Best places is with rocks.
Make sure you have a Fishing license.
If you have traps Bait with cheap dog food with rice and grains to attract them
Bait also with Herring it has a lot of oil. They will eat the Herring.
Fish 8 to 15 feet deep. Leave trap out at least 6 hours.
Remember the clearer the water the better tasting the crayfish.
I have my own crayfish traps there good eating.
Fishing license? We used catch crawdads in Zayante Creek; when I was just a kid more than 40 years ago. I dunno if they are still any in there. The CAL-FIRE station and regional radio dispatching center is just across the road...
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Under 16 dont need a License. I was Thinking everybody here was 16 or older.

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All along the Sacramento River, Best places is with rocks.
Make sure you have a Fishing license.
If you have traps Bait with cheap dog food with rice and grains to attract them
Bait also with Herring it has a lot of oil. They will eat the Herring.
Fish 8 to 15 feet deep. Leave trap out at least 6 hours.
Remember the clearer the water the better tasting the crayfish.
I have my own crayfish traps there good eating.

Fishing license? We used catch crawdads in Zayante Creek; when I was just a kid more than 40 years ago. I dunno if they are still any in there. The CAL-FIRE station and regional radio dispatching center is just across the road...
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Dude, when i was young, mom took me and some friends to play at a local park, we went to the creek, mom gave me a roasted duck head from some dinner or something from the night before, in seconds like 10 crawdads were hanging on to it when i lifted it out of the water.
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All along the Sacramento River, Best places is with rocks.
Make sure you have a Fishing license.
If you have traps Bait with cheap dog food with rice and grains to attract them
Bait also with Herring it has a lot of oil. They will eat the Herring.
Fish 8 to 15 feet deep. Leave trap out at least 6 hours.
Remember the clearer the water the better tasting the crayfish.
I have my own crayfish traps there good eating.
Is there usually any good fishing over there too? Any ideas on making a crawdad trap?

Thanks!
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Is there usually any good fishing over there too? Any ideas on making a crawdad trap?

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Ever watch deadliest catch?
The simplest design is usually the best. I've seen the tube with inverted tapered end design for sale at bass pro shop... I noticed it only AFTER i built my own using tie wraps and wire mesh (chicken wire?) from home depot. I cut myself every time I use it. Looks like this:
http://www.terrybullard.com/

Hind site is... well I should have used the plastic stuff instead of the wire.

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I just bought 4 of these
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Ever watch deadliest catch?
The simplest design is usually the best. I've seen the tube with inverted tapered end design for sale at bass pro shop... I noticed it only AFTER i built my own using tie wraps and wire mesh (chicken wire?) from home depot. I cut myself every time I use it. Looks like this:
http://www.terrybullard.com/

Hind site is... well I should have used the plastic stuff instead of the wire.
What's the plastic stuff? I saw that and a website on how to make one just wanted to make sure I am on the right track. I heard chicken works pretty good too.
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In the picture there using plastic funnels so they dont rust out. Traps are in and out of water they rust.

What's the plastic stuff?
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So do I need a fishing license for Crawfish? Do my kids (4) and (2)?
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RG had stated under 16 not needed - But you'll need 2 for yourself because of how much you'll be taking -

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Adults do need a license. Kids don't. If you help one of your kids with the fishing pole you need a license.
Game Wardens love to give a tickets for parents that help there kids.
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Thanks for all the good info!! Esp to Ray for letting me know where to go. Hopefully I'll be going in the next week or two. I'll let you know how everything goes!
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Ever watch deadliest catch?
The simplest design is usually the best. I've seen the tube with inverted tapered end design for sale at bass pro shop... I noticed it only AFTER i built my own using tie wraps and wire mesh (chicken wire?) from home depot. I cut myself every time I use it. Looks like this:
http://www.terrybullard.com/

Hind site is... well I should have used the plastic stuff instead of the wire.
I used to catch those, best thing was a bag like this (like one for onions)

With a bit of ham in it and a rock to weight it down on a line. The bugs gets their claws all in it, get stuck, and come right up with the bag. Remove them into a bucket of water and repeat. No need to add new ham, they never actually get it. Probably you could substitute something for ham, but ham works really well for whatever reason. Very easy and as simple as it gets.
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In the picture there using plastic funnels so they dont rust out. Traps are in and out of water they rust.

What's the plastic stuff?
The plastic stuff is stored right next to the normal chicken wire. I can't tell you what it's designed for... maybe it's actually used as a replacement for chicken wire by some people? My father put some up in his back yard to keep his dog from getting into some areas.
I think this is it http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/...3+90401+527472.
The only thing you need to watch for is that the holes are small enough that the crawdads don't get out. I went with 1/4" (on my wire stuff), but I think I could have gone with 1/2".
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That square design looks EXACTLY like a scaled down version of the ones the guys use on deadliest catch. Not sure if it would be easier or harder to make than the tube/cylinder design I made.
Blackwater OPS, If an onion bag with ham inside works too (and I don't doubt it does) I guess it's a LOT easier to catch them than I thought. I always knew they were stupid, but I think where the better designed "traps" come into play is when you plan on dropping the trap and coming back 6 to 24 hours later. Are you saying they actually get "snagged" in the bag so you could leave it to soak for hours and come back to a bag full of 'dads? Or is the bag trap just an improvement over a piece of meat on fishing string like many of us used to do when we were kids?

To those of you that used to "reach" into a hole and pull them out, how bad were the "pinchers" on your hands? I've never been pinched by one but some of the big guys looked menacing to me when I was 10 and pulling them out of the stream... so even as an adult I always thought it would be something to avoid like being stung by wasps or bit by red ants.

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If an onion bag with ham inside works too (and I don't doubt it does) I guess it's a LOT easier to catch them than I thought. I always knew they were stupid, but I think where the better designed "traps" come into play is when you plan on dropping the trap and coming back 6 to 24 hours later.
It works. Keep in mind that the goal is not to get them IN the bag somehow, they just need to sort of attack it and their claws get stuck. Yes it's really easy, so much so that it feels a bit like cheating somehow.

Of course this requires that there is actually crawfish in the area at the time, so you should be able to see them moving around in the water.
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It works. Keep in mind that the goal is not to get them IN the bag somehow, they just need to sort of attack it and their claws get stuck. Yes it's really easy, so much so that it feels a bit like cheating somehow.

Of course this requires that there is actually crawfish in the area at the time, so you should be able to see them moving around in the water.
BWO,

I like your idea and it's very compact.

Perfect for bringing along on a backpacking trip for a little 'freshwater lobster' after eating dehydrated food for a few days.

I may have to try it out this summer at a couple lakes I know of.

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That picture is missing two key items... me and cold beer. All this talk has me thinking of inviting some friends over for a crawfish boil.
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