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had chicken for dinner yesterday wondered what to do with carcass thought i,d see if crayfish would take alike to it was,nt wrong threw trap out last night full to bustin this morning had trouble gettin em back to my van as other dog walkers trying to buy em off me

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Here in Ireland at the moment there's an emergency plan in place as the plague has been found in our native Crayfish and it's 100% fatal so it's worrying.

Some folk are wondering have we now got the Signal Crayfish in Ireland but it hasn't been seen yet.

 

BUT, if that pest does arrive in our rivers here's one lad who'll do his bit for conservation and eat as many as possible, LOL, they look delicious.

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Here in Ireland at the moment there's an emergency plan in place as the plague has been found in our native Crayfish and it's 100% fatal so it's worrying.

Some folk are wondering have we now got the Signal Crayfish in Ireland but it hasn't been seen yet.

 

BUT, if that pest does arrive in our rivers here's one lad who'll do his bit for conservation and eat as many as possible, LOL, they look delicious.

None down my way yet in Cornwall, but like you I will do my bit when they do arrive.

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Red signals kept alive with oxygen pump then fed garlic cloves till they crap white = Marinaded and ready for BBQ:)

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I used to get them all the time in the river mole at Cobham,there was a guy on here years back who trapped them full-time,his name was murphy,i think he has a pinned thread in the fishing section?

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Here in Ireland at the moment there's an emergency plan in place as the plague has been found in our native Crayfish and it's 100% fatal so it's worrying.

Some folk are wondering have we now got the Signal Crayfish in Ireland but it hasn't been seen yet.

 

BUT, if that pest does arrive in our rivers here's one lad who'll do his bit for conservation and eat as many as possible, LOL, they look delicious.

i know there a pest but i wish we had them up north i for one would be at them steady

I know someone catching a lot in the north west

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Here in Ireland at the moment there's an emergency plan in place as the plague has been found in our native Crayfish and it's 100% fatal so it's worrying.

Some folk are wondering have we now got the Signal Crayfish in Ireland but it hasn't been seen yet.

 

BUT, if that pest does arrive in our rivers here's one lad who'll do his bit for conservation and eat as many as possible, LOL, they look delicious.

i know there a pest but i wish we had them up north i for one would be at them steady

I know someone catching a lot in the north west

 

NW of Ireland ?

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few years back we used to fish the upper kennet for roach and grayling wasnt long before the stove and mayonaise became the norm and meeting up in the huts to boil up the crays on the spot became the main focus of the trips lol

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The novelty soon wears off, believe me.attachicon.gifIMG_20170716_155047.jpg

 

On which ? The photo of the crayfish or your avatar ?????

The Crayfish mate, I would never get bored of a donut........:laugh:

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