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    You are a scholar and a gentleman sir. My hat is off to you.

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    Do we have to wear sandals when netting the crabs. I usually go barefoot, so when I miss the basket, the crabs have a better chance of biting me. Nice post, you covered everything, now I'm hungry for crabs, thanks.

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    good stuff

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    GREAT POST THANKS FOR SHARING!

    Went to Solomons Island fishing show yesterday and bought 600' of trotline from Capt'n Bruce. Now to outfit a line roller etc. on my jon. I'm thinking about using a garden hose reel for deploying and retieving the trotline. This will be my first season running a trotline and I'm sure I'll learn by trial and error but your post has alot of valuable information that I will use and should make it much easier.

    Thanks Again!

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    I like seeing this, I'm proud of it. I just cut bait, I'm his father.

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    Great info and pics!!

    Just a small note. It is best to have a cull box that is visually different than the rest of your bushel baskets. I've heard of cases where DNR has given people a hard time for using a bushel basket as a cull basket. At one time I used to use the tub that held my trotline as my cull basket.

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    To help save you time cutting your bait, try a PVC cutter. Red handled grip cutters that snap through anything. Safer and quiker than an open blade. pickem up at the Home Depot or Lowes for 10-15 bucks. You'll love the way it save you time. Also, we electrocute crabs with an old extention cord and 120. IT's super quick and they don't throw their claws. Just wanted to ad some of my tricks. You gotta try the PVC cutter if nothing else. You'll be amazed.

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    Default PVC cutter

    Lets see if I resized this pic properly (PVC Cutter)
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    uhhhhhh i hope yo all can view it.

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    Very nice info and pics. Thanks alot for sharing!

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