Our crab bounty

Carbbing out of Hammond

Our first crab trip of the year. The weather was great, the water was calm and we caught plenaty of crab. William had a great time measuring them and throwing the small ones back.

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Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Mar 2 at 12:13 AM

Wow people I mean really?! Don't you guys have anything better to do with your time?? They look legal, and all appear to be male. If they are not, who really cares. They are crab, eat them and be happy that the little bot is spending time with family

Yugoandmoped says ... on Friday, Feb 4 at 6:48 PM

Wow, an IROC... AND a Harley?

Astute says ... on Wednesday, Feb 2 at 5:03 PM

Crabs obviously too small, and are probably not full at that. State police need to jump on this one.

Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Feb 2 at 3:50 PM

Are you using a carberator pipe to smoke that stuff?

Notice says ... on Wednesday, Feb 2 at 3:48 PM

Cracked carbs are very tas.,..Oh wait that's bad! Really, really bad!!

Tkelldav says ... on Wednesday, Feb 2 at 3:46 PM

It must be nice to break the law. I can tell by looking at these crab that they are not 5 3/4 across. I can see by looking at the picture that some are females also. There rear legs are to close toghether. As a Commercial crabber it is easy to tell.

suzvw says ... on Wednesday, Feb 2 at 3:04 PM

uhhh....carbbing??? I thought this was something to do with low carb dieting :( It wasn't until I enlarged the picture and saw the crabs. LOL

Ajaqnak says ... on Wednesday, Feb 2 at 3:04 PM

CARBBING? I need a job and I can spell.

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