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Old 02-09-2019, 03:30 PM   #11
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The mighty blue crab are biting at every spot I try. Sooner or later they will be worth the mess of eating them. Donít believe everything you see on YouTube. I followed the instructions of a nice gentleman on how to hold them. Damn thing reached around and grabbed my finger. The fight was on, he drew blood first. That nice guy must be sitting in his chair shaking his head saying, thanks for sending them snowbirds down.
It's always best if you will tickle them on the nose first.... that lets them know that your intentions are friendly.
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Old 02-09-2019, 09:26 PM   #12
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How big of boat do you have? My vehicle says it’s rated for 5k lbs. if you have an open seat I have a Toyota Highlander all ready to go. I am in Destin..

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It's always best if you will tickle them on the nose first.... that lets them know that your intentions are friendly.
Itís is always best to use sturdy grippers to grab those beasts. I can handle a snapping turtle but those big 4Ē crabs are mean SOB. I am targeting them tomorrow. At least I will have something on my line and not just bait. I fell for grab their a.. but I wonít be tickling no nose. I am not completely sure what end the nose is on. Maybe I already tickled it.
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Blue crabs in february?
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Here is one of the monsters.
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How big of boat do you have? My vehicle says it’s rated for 5k lbs. if you have an open seat I have a Toyota Highlander all ready to go. I am in Destin..
its a small boat but currently has the registration out of date since I can't use it or else I would take you out on it. Thanks for the kind offer
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