re: So The NOLA Oyster Festival Is The Last Weekend of May - JasonL79 on 5/23/15 at 1:19 pm
[quote]Those guys always seem unorganized. The oyster men on the other hand are doing just fine. [/quote] That is true. Shrimpers also have to compete with imports while oyster fisherman don't. Last year prices were descent for the shrimpers because of a decline in import numbers and with this s...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (0)
re: So The NOLA Oyster Festival Is The Last Weekend of May - JasonL79 on 5/23/15 at 12:42 pm
[quote]Plus vibrio has nothing to do with refrigeration[/quote] I always thought it did. When I worked in the industry, board of health used to inspect our oysters monthly for tags and storage and temp logs. This was their main focus when we got inspected. Now as the waters warm up say in July an...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (0)
re: So The NOLA Oyster Festival Is The Last Weekend of May - JasonL79 on 5/23/15 at 8:56 am
What BlackenedOut said. Many people are afraid of eating oysters during summer months and the festival was supposed to help encourage people to do that. A lot of things have changed with oyster fishing/harvesting in last 10+ years. Boats require refrigeration now where as in the past they didn't...Jump to Post - View Topic - Replies (1)
re: Alligator hunting question - JasonL79 on 5/20/15 at 6:36 am
I used either bamboo or willow trees. I used to cut them about 10-12ft long (about 2.5-3in diameter) and tie the line about 3 foot from the bottom. Then shove the pole about 4-5 feet in the mud. The alligators have two things agains them, the harder they pull the harder it hurts them (hook in stomac...
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re: Plaquemines Parish bans Mud Boats - JasonL79 on 5/17/15 at 7:49 am
The way it is written, I wonder if it will affect only baptiste colette? Looks like you can still use mud boats on private land but you can't cross others land without landowner's permission. Wondering if this will affect pass a loutre since it is state land This isn't a bad thing IMO for bapti...
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