Sea Freeze. A new method of catching crayfish.

We were introduced to a new method of fishing for crayfish. Instead of the traditional nets lowered off the side of the boat, a new box method has been revised as shown below. Each both has a little crab in it, which lights up every 8 minutes, attracting the crayfish into the box. Which shuts behind them. They are currently going down twice a day to bring up crays. All to license. All to size. All within the parameters of the crayfishing season. I was assured.

The group learning from our every patient host, Gary. 

No. I don’t eat any shellfish, find them rather intriguing and beautiful. And as I was labelled by the group, I’m an Acutarian. i.e.. I don’t eat anything I find cute 🙂

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