Deluxe Crawfish Trap
2-piece design foreasy baiting and removal. Torpedo shapeworks well in calm or swift moving water.Vinyl-dipped heavy-duty steel meshconstruction. Spring clip closure. 2-1/4" opening.16-1/2" long, 9" diameter. Color: Black.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by ElSalvador Not I great product Very dissapoment this product.. It doesn't preform as I expected.. September 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by idahorazor Traps Very Satisfied we had more fun catching Crawfish than a barel of monkeys. The traps worked fine and this was our first atempt. We had quite a crawfish boil. September 4, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bigbass222 Goog trap This craw trap is amazing but it dose not stay to gether easly. But if it was a one pice trap it would work even better but this trap dose it's job. January 3, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Keahistight Small traps These traps are quite small. They will only hold 30 crawfish or so. I have found it much more simple to use a chicken and fishing line or simply going in to the field with waders and picking them up by hand. These traps will work well if you have a lot or if you don't eat 3 buckets like our family. Overall the quality and ease of use is great. September 8, 2011
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A:Yes it will just add wire around the center to make it hold together tighter
A:I'm not familiar with Rock River IL, but but if you use this in a river, make sure you have it secured some how....with it being round in shape, the river current might just push it down stream.
Securing it it easy tho.
take a snap from your tackle box & attach it to one end.
take a rope, 80# fishing line, or a small chain & attach it to the snap.
Take the other end of this line & attach it to something on shore that will not move...like a tree.
Give the trap about 12 hours & by then it should be full.
A:there really is no "best bait" for crawdads...the reason being is that crawdads will eat anything that does not eat them first. :)
Basically anything that will not turn to mush in water will work just fine.
stay away from breads(they turn to mush), you're prolly better off using small bits of meat....this can be small fish that you caught by accident, beef, pork, chicken, etc.
A:Fresh fish not old fish that is the best bait also chicken but make sure it is fresh because it works a lot better
A:Crawfish like chicken. Go buy a small whole chicken for $5 and spread it out over the whole day or a bit in each trap if you're trapping. I like to use a line and the whole chicken. Toss it in and 15 seconds later pull it out with 15-20 crawfish on it. They love it.
A:I have caught a FEW minnows, but the size of the hole will allow the minnows to escape.
BPS does sell a minnow trap that looks identical to the crawdad trap...it's just that the hole in the minnow trap is smaller.
minnow trap has a 1 inch hole
crawdad trap has a 1.5 inch hole
A:You will be fine. They won't get out.
A:I have caught small fish by mistake with this trap.
since I have never seen a live shrimp, I can not say with any certainty.
these traps are made the way they are because they were designed to catch 1 certain species of aquatic life. To use this trap for anything other than crawdads is a gamble...meaning it might work, it might not.
A:Maby but I highly dout it because shrimp are on the bottoms the come up to feed at night so it probably won't work for shrimp but it would cach something in salt water but u should bait it with some chicken or bait fish
A:Probably not the best trap for shrimp. I would recommend a net instead due to the opening size and ability for the shrimp to enter.
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