Blue Crab Trap

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Blue Crab Trap

Blue crabs like to be in the open, so the wire trap works well to catch them. Bait placed in the central bait cup attracts crabs and other animals.


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FWC Facts:
Blue crabs have specially modified back legs, called swimmerets, which rotate at 20-40 revolutions per minute, allowing the crab to quickly swim through the water.

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