cray pots

 any recomendations for small-ish cray pots that do not need to be soaked before use, & will catch crayfish given the right conditions.

Will be using a Rigid Inflatable to drop & pull the pots, so i don't want big heavy pots with potential to damage the tubes on the boat.

 

trhanks in advance

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 Maybe contact Hezzy on the

Mon, 2020-10-12 12:44

 Maybe contact Hezzy on the site here, makes awesome pots and can hopefully help you out.

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cray pot

Mon, 2020-10-12 13:32

 thanks mate, i will contact him

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 Maybe just the good old

Mon, 2020-10-12 13:14

 Maybe just the good old plastic pot still needs weights and use carpet over your tubes to be safe. I take plastic pots when going away and was surprised to get a cray around the 1kg mark in it with a heap of smaller ones. I have 1 spare if you want don't want much for it if you want may need some repairs. 

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 rather be fishing

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CRAY POTS

Mon, 2020-10-12 13:31

 thanks mate, i will keep that in mind

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