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Theres no need to boil them. We caught 2 sacks. My sack had several dozen in it. My buddy's only had about 20. My buddy was the whacker. He sat outside a whacked em in the head with a set of neddle nose pliers to kill em. I got the water going on the stove. Simply season your water with lemon juice and lemon pepper. Get your fresh killed dads and put them in a colander. Spray margerin on the dads and season liberally with lemon pepper and Old Bay. put the colander over the boiling water and steam for about 11 minutes. Take a spoon and stir, spray with some more margerin, and steam for about another 8 minutes. That's it. Shell and eat with a good remulade sauce. Hidden Valley makes a great one.





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Thanks for the tutorial , Fap. I think I'll pass.





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It's not as hard as it sounds. The hardest part is catching them. Steaming is easy. But catchin them yourself if very rewarding. I saw where you paid 2.75 per pound. You could have saved 10-12 bucks if you would learn how to catch the yourself. But however you'd rather do it.





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It's not as hard as it sounds. The hardest part is catching them. Steaming is easy. But catchin them yourself if very rewarding. I saw where you paid 2.75 per pound. You could have saved 10-12 bucks if you would learn how to catch the yourself. But however you'd rather do it.


I saw live in Port Vincent yesterday for $2.29. This is amazing for January...






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Ole Geauxt
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fapper,,,, i'm fixin to run to talullagh, want me to swing by and you ride shotgun?
on the turnaround, i may need a lil protection ...






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Yep. $2.75 a pound isn't bad for this early.


Captain Avery's...got a sack yesterday myself






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Geauxt, I'm about to hop on a plane and skin it to Myrtle Beach or I would. I'm tight w/ the authorities over there though, so if you get in a bind holla.


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nevilletiger79
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Yep. $2.75 a pound isn't bad for this early.


Captain Avery's...got a sack yesterday myself






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mmomike
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Where is this style of crawfish/crayfish cooking coming from????





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Gris Gris
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Those ribs look good and not overcooked where the meat cooks away from the bone. I hate that. I like to have to pull it off with my teeth. Makes me feel carnivorous.





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