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Hello,

Im a long time reader but I finally took the time to sign up and be an active member. Anyway, just wanted to show you guys some pics of the dungeness crabs I caught this year.


I began crabbing only last year with my 4 person inflatable boat and it has been awesome. I even began a hobby website documenting my ventures but Im not too sure if I can post the link being a new user and all.






 
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Cool, I've been bluecrabbing this year. Hope to get more before the water cools. There is good website bluecrabinfo.com that also has dungeness forum. will check out your blog!

Bill
 
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Bill McGee wrote:Cool, I've been bluecrabbing this year. Hope to get more before the water cools. There is good website bluecrabinfo.com that also has dungeness forum. will check out your blog!

Bill



im an active member on that forum actually. the guys on there are great. =)
 
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I see some of the recreational crabbers will sock away 40 lb of crabmeat in the freezer to get thru the winter. Someone had a tip that add a little milk and use a vacuum sealer to keep the flavor while frozen.

I'll look for you on the site. I mostly steam the blues. How do you cook the dungeness?

Bill
 
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Bill McGee wrote:I see some of the recreational crabbers will sock away 40 lb of crabmeat in the freezer to get thru the winter. Someone had a tip that add a little milk and use a vacuum sealer to keep the flavor while frozen.

I'll look for you on the site. I mostly steam the blues. How do you cook the dungeness?

Bill



thats quite neat if it is true. i wonder what milk does to the meat to keep them tasting fresh. I never get enough crabs for 40 lbs lol.

 
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You are of course aware there is a red rock crab imposter amongst you're catch.
 
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