MudBugg’n 2018

Discussion in 'Food and Recipe' started by get’n jiggy, Mar 10, 2018.

  1. get’n jiggy

    get’n jiggy Well-Known Member

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    9D797E44-30CE-4401-B4FC-5509DA32383C.jpeg First boil of the year :D
     
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  2. GARRIGA

    GARRIGA Senior Member

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    I hear they make great bait.
     

  3. get’n jiggy

    get’n jiggy Well-Known Member

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    Yup! Excellent bait!!!!

    They catch blond, brunette, and red heads at my place. :p
     
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  4. get’n jiggy

    get’n jiggy Well-Known Member

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    Had perfect weather!

    We took down 33lbs of large bugs yesterday. And Lots of beer...

    My driveway is full of trucks and boats so a couple people had a few too many mud bugs ;)

    Water is still 58deg... coming soon is the sand bar and party cove time :D
     
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    get’n jiggy Well-Known Member

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    8D9149EF-8521-40A8-B658-E2BD1BFAC723.jpeg Another get together and of course we are boil’n :)

    35lbs

    It’s 33 deg outside in Texas
     
  6. Osage

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    So...how did you catch them?

    When I was a kid we but a basket in the water with a piece of milt in it.....Dad's would swamp that basket..
     
  7. get’n jiggy

    get’n jiggy Well-Known Member

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    I caught them with a Classic First Gen Cummins and a Benjamin Franklin :p

    We buy them at Albertsons 2.99lb :D
     
  8. get’n jiggy

    get’n jiggy Well-Known Member

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    3448E356-86E1-4A19-B298-80ADC00F1127.jpeg Glad I gave my buddy Matt a smudge pot for his B-Day or we would have froze.

    People love the smudge pot
     
  9. Osage

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    LOL!!
     
  10. scubaarchery

    scubaarchery Senior Member

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    I used to live in LA and fished in the Atchafalaya basin. Crawfish traps are the best, just throw them out and pick up later. We also used little nets with four wire legs and a loop on the top. We had a handle with a hook on it. You had to put the handle in the loop and in one quick move swing the net up and into the boat before the bugs shot off of the platform. A day of that made me decide that getting them from Tony’s seafood was the best option!

    Snorkeling for spinys in the keys is a different story!
     
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