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Looking for crawfish hotspots

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Patty M, Jun 10, 2016.

  1. Patty M

    Patty M Seattle New Member

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    Looking for some good crawfish spots in and around Snohomish county. We're from the Edmonds area, looking to stay fairly close to home as a bad back injury makes long car rides pretty unbearable.

  2. CoastRange57

    CoastRange57 Western Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Pretty much any body of water, slower moving streams and lakes with bigger bodies of water. Take a can of cat food, punch a bunch of holes in it and throw it in the water. I have two traps in the Tualatin River right now, will move them several times, go 3 or so times a week, and I will have plenty of bait come fall.

    I can catch them in lakes, rivers, some ponds all round me. If you find a bridge where the locals throw dead animals off the bridges, you can get some monsters.
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  3. The Nothing

    The Nothing PDX Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter 2016 Volunteer

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    Growing up in the Seattle area, I can say they're just about everywhere. Ballenger and Lake WA are not exceptions. Set traps in rocky bottom areas, and you'll get 'em
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