Joseph Jackson: in south carolina we call them cawdads.. im gonna make me some of these and
use them while i go catfishing
Matthewrylee12: I made these and pulled quite a catch! What surprised me is that California
doesn't have a limit on how many you can use. I called the fish and game
office and they confirmed that, so I made four of them. Thanks for the
cocotower: "hardware cloth" ? Haha!
Buzzy Lawrence: I made 10 more of these traps for the 2015 season,they work great and are
very sturdy.. can't wait till spring here in Iowa, mouth is already
Michael Greene: Imma go try these does anyone know.. If u can catch crawlfish in MARYLAND
USA EASTERN SHORE cause i love crawlfish they r so good
shinnosuke150: Awesome video, thanks for the info!!!
Axel Gonzalez: How do you take the measurements for the cone??
Matthewrylee12: What are your thoughts on painting them with spray paint? Do you think the
paint smell will deter the crawdads from going in them? I ask because I
feel like these traps are easily spotted in the river and might get
iwantosavemoney: this was very informative I started making a crawdad trap and got hung up
on how to make the funnel. thanks for the information. good video
DocT2015: Use J-clips instead of wire to connect everything (for it to be easier).
Otherwise, looks great!!
James Singkeo: I'm from MN I want to give this a try but not sure about the regulations.I
read the rules but don't really get it if You can help be thankful. Dose
the trap size have to be a certain length? Love your videos keep it up and
keep it coming
annika smith: Darn it 4 percent now ill never know
Ellis W: If you wanna avoid twisting wire use zip ties.
Crochet Baby: Almost forgot. The best bait we have ever found to attract crawdads is hot
dogs and bologna. LOL. We would just throw a piece out and watch them come
to it and catch them before they got ahold of it. They would come out
almost immediately and would fight over it. We would just grab them all up.
jronche: Thanks for the video. Watching you catch crawfish inspired me to build some
traps and try it myself. Built 4 over the weekend then got them in the
water for a 20 hour soak. Caught 27 on the maiden voyage, not too bad. Good
luck the rest of the season!
Mohamad Fariez: thanks for your teknik ...
Matt Nartel: This must be the best & genius instruction how to make fish trap on youtube
that I found so far! Thank you so much for your sharing.
Sharon Arthur: I love crawfish hey my name is mykeon
wes normandin: YA, but. you didn't suck the brains out like A. Zimmern would do!!
Jonathan Hemond: when do you start catching them??
Rosamund Ali: My head up my but
Rosamund Ali: My head up my but
mrbluenun: This is completely off the top of my head here, Have you ever used a
similar ½" mesh but in a plastic like you might see in a garden? Might be
easier to work with, not so sharp, all depends whether the fish will cut
through it or not?
bjames321: The cone threw me for a loop. I am glad that you have this video posted.
Thanks a million
Crochet Baby: When I was a kid I went crawdad hunting with my grandpa and my brother. We
would catch tons of them by hand. I have never heard or even thought about
using a trap to catch them until I saw your first video in this series.
Thank you so much for sharing how to make one. I think me and my cousins
may just have to make some of these and try them out. Of course, we will
still catch some by hand with the kids....just to much fun to skip out on.
Naturesown Path: Just out of curiosity, I 've seen a lot of square traps. What is the reason
for you making them round? (I think they'd stack well when square, but
you're probably not doing this on a massive scale, so, is it just easier?)
I'm really looking into this idea, just curious what your 'druthers are and
why, for analytical reasons. thx.
And thanks for the upload. I love to watch this stuff, but trying to catch
crayfish much less lobsters in just any river or lake in the UK just isn’t
possible unless you are prepared to brake the law. I think it is the
countryside and first come first served but you know there is a law for
everything and it is NEVER in favour of the poor man .
Naturesown Path: what a view out of your window, there, by the way! Nice!
Naturesown Path: Hey there Joe, love the videos, we Mainers do call them Crayfish, but I
lived in STL for a decade, so, Crawdad, Crawfish and Mudbug all works for
me! Cant wait to try this and the American Indian fish trap (a video I saw
elsewhere) for some free natural food...so exciting, and my kids will
totally love it!
Hair Do: Thanks for the tip. I do know it's hard to earn money. But it is much better than working minimum wage at mcdonolds. Being an hair stylist does get tips and I end up making decent money. Plus it allows me to be creative sometimes and make customer's dream come to reality.
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