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Crawfish Season Is Here! #4678872
02/26/18 04:32 PM
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Well, it's been here for almost 2 months now.
My sons uncle and his 3 sons started a crawfish business on the side last year. This year they bought a mobile rig. They went through 27 sacks of crawfish this past weekend. They boiled about 10 sacks and sold the rest. Prices were $3.00 lb. live and $4.25 lb. boiled!
AIYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! C'est Si Bon, mon sha'!


Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4678874
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Nice,

Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4678885
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Oh yea, gotta get me some mudbugs soon !! banana
I've been craving them for weeks grin


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Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4678893
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Very good prices on them. Where are they located? I may have to make a run over there smile


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Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4678900
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I love Crayfish (sorry UK spelling) Cesar salad.

Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4678904
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Yesterday, while I was at my dads house shooting at milk jugs and paper targets, my son was running sacks of crawfish to customers. He worked his regular job Saturday, and worked crawfish Sunday. In the pic of crawfish, those were medium crawfish they had separated from the larger ones. That was from only 6 sacks. There were more, but they came later. He said the sacks were averaging 35-40 lbs. They were buying them from a farmer in Mamou, La. Here in Avoyelles Parish, we have a lot of private farmers and also get them from Krotz Springs, La. He's coming by tonight to bring me 15 lbs. of boiled crawfish from yesterday.
Ma oui, mon sha'! I can't wait to suck da heads, and pinch dem tails! slobber

Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4678906
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I love Crawdads (sorry, Nevada spelling) and we even have them here in the desert in ponds and reservoirs.

Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4678909
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Where the wind comes sweepin'
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My Vietnamese friends love to buy these and do backyard boils.

I can't ever get any decent meat on them.. too much work for no gain lol. I always have to grab a burger afterwards.

Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: Reddy45] #4678916
02/26/18 05:20 PM
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Originally Posted By: Reddy45
My Vietnamese friends love to buy these and do backyard boils.

I can't ever get any decent meat on them.. too much work for no gain lol. I always have to grab a burger afterwards.


Seafood peanuts ... like them but just an appetizer to me ...

Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4678924
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Love dem Mud Bugs! Best with corn and new potatoes.

Last edited by Snagglefoot; 02/26/18 05:27 PM.

If you want the job done right......do it yourself.
Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: Snagglefoot] #4678942
02/26/18 05:43 PM
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Originally Posted By: Snagglefoot
Love dem Mud Bugs! Best with corn and new potatoes.

New potatoes? shrug
We use small red potatoes here in Cajun Country. But, I am ALWAYS open to trying something new. Please, do share.

Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: Reddy45] #4678944
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Originally Posted By: Reddy45
My Vietnamese friends love to buy these and do backyard boils.

I can't ever get any decent meat on them.. too much work for no gain lol. I always have to grab a burger afterwards.


Ours have a little more meat on them...oh, and they are feisty buggers as well. We call them "Yabbies"...catch them with a sock with rotting meat in them, or nets.



Local (now defunct) tourist steam railway has the water makeup fed from a local fresh water dam. One day Compo (guy I used to work with who was a driver) pulled a similar yabby out of the strainer as he filled the tender.

Handed it to some tourists for information...when it got to the Japanese tourists, they ate it...raw.

Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: BlueOvalFitter] #4678946
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I like to add me some MANDA'S smoke sausage, andouille sausage, Boudin, mushrooms, and if shrimp is on sale, dat too! slobber

Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: Shannow] #4678947
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Originally Posted By: Shannow
Originally Posted By: Reddy45
My Vietnamese friends love to buy these and do backyard boils.

I can't ever get any decent meat on them.. too much work for no gain lol. I always have to grab a burger afterwards.


Ours have a little more meat on them...oh, and they are feisty buggers as well. We call them "Yabbies"...catch them with a sock with rotting meat in them, or nets.



Local (now defunct) tourist steam railway has the water makeup fed from a local fresh water dam. One day Compo (guy I used to work with who was a driver) pulled a similar yabby out of the strainer as he filled the tender.

Handed it to some tourists for information...when it got to the Japanese tourists, they ate it...raw.


They are good ... had crawfish a number of places ... but after attempting a 17 lbs crawfish in Newfoundland I am ruined ... wink

Re: Crawfish Season Is Here! [Re: Shannow] #4678953
02/26/18 05:54 PM
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Originally Posted By: Shannow
Originally Posted By: Reddy45
My Vietnamese friends love to buy these and do backyard boils.

I can't ever get any decent meat on them.. too much work for no gain lol. I always have to grab a burger afterwards.


Ours have a little more meat on them...oh, and they are feisty buggers as well. We call them "Yabbies"...catch them with a sock with rotting meat in them, or nets.



Local (now defunct) tourist steam railway has the water makeup fed from a local fresh water dam. One day Compo (guy I used to work with who was a driver) pulled a similar yabby out of the strainer as he filled the tender.

Handed it to some tourists for information...when it got to the Japanese tourists, they ate it...raw.

After we boil them, any leftovers are peeled for jambalaya, bisque, gumbo, and etouffee. There is a yellow fat (the brains) that we scrape from the head to use as an ingredient in a roux. Aw man, you talk about good, yeah!
slobber

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