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Re: Massive crayfish that didn't exist 25 years ago are capable of cloning themselves

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Nice looking craw pattern Jake. And yeah, crayfish certainly get eaten by just about any fish that can fit them in their mouth.

Posted on: 2018/2/9 6:40


Re: Massive crayfish that didn't exist 25 years ago are capable of cloning themselves

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jifigz wrote:
And I agree. Lots of crayfish in many of our trout waters, especially the bigger streams. Little J, Kish, Penns are all loaded with them and I think the big trout feed on them much more than most realize.

The cloning crayfish thing is pretty wild though.


An appropriate size and color Pat's Rubber Legs is a great crayfish imitation and works great on many of the larger central PA streams. Drift it deep and twitch it every once in a while. When the fish want it, they will crush it.

Posted on: 2018/2/9 6:50



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