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Amazon.com has Frabill Torpedo Crayfish Trap (10"x9.75"x9", Black) on sale for $4.38. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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About this Product:
  • Two-piece design simplifies baiting and catch removal
  • Torpedo shape works in current or calm waters
  • Black vinyl-dipped steel provides camouflage
  • Includes spring clip for closure

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Walmart has the Frabill Torpedo Crayfish Trap for $4.38:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/25531023 Expired

Alternatively, Amazon has it for the same price as well:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003JK6PVQ/ Temporarily out of stock, Orders Accepted

Useful for catching baitfish as well. The only difference between the crayfish and minnow trap is the opening; 2 inches for the crayfish trap and 1 inch for the minnow trap.
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I'm guessing too small, unless you maybe want something to store and keep the crabs alive in in their native environment (e.g. open this trap up and put a few in then lower into the water... I would band their claws first though). No way a Dungeness will crawl into this unless it's undersized. Blue crab? Maybe... but I doubt it. Most of the time guys are using hoop nets and crab-specific traps for crabbing.

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Yes but anti-lice shampoo should work better. Good luck!
Make sure to check your traps every day. Found 4 snakes had drowned in a minnow trap once because I did not get there in time,
Sounds like a great success

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Make sure to check your traps every day. Found 4 snakes had drowned in a minnow trap once because I did not get there in time,
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Make sure to check your traps every day. Found 4 snakes had drowned in a minnow trap once because I did not get there in time,
Sounds like a great success
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Make sure to check your traps every day. Found 4 snakes had drowned in a minnow trap once because I did not get there in time,
This apply to all traps really.

I have a mouse trap and it caught a chipmunk. A stupid chipmunk too so maybe that's not so bad. I let him out once and he go back into the trap, the 2nd time I didn't get to it in time.
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Perfect timing, my trap just broke. In for three. 😂
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Can this be used for crabs?
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check your state's regulations on traps - 2" opening is illegal some places
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Can this be used for crabs?
I'm guessing too small, unless you maybe want something to store and keep the crabs alive in in their native environment (e.g. open this trap up and put a few in then lower into the water... I would band their claws first though). No way a Dungeness will crawl into this unless it's undersized. Blue crab? Maybe... but I doubt it. Most of the time guys are using hoop nets and crab-specific traps for crabbing.
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Can this be used for crabs?
Yes but anti-lice shampoo should work better. Good luck!
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Yes but anti-lice shampoo should work better. Good luck!
Underrated comment.
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Yes but anti-lice shampoo should work better. Good luck!
Those are some BIG crabs!
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Yes but anti-lice shampoo should work better. Good luck!
Your are awesome.
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Nice! Thank you.
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