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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by AmyLynn2374, May 8, 2015.
I love picture flooding!!!!! Bring it on!
What do you use to bait for shrimp? And what's the most effective bait for blue crab? I have a cast net and shrimp trap that go with me when I go to Texas. I love hauling my dinner 50' from salt water to the grill.
It's a good thing. chicks or any bird do not have the proper nutrition for snakes. They can be a treat, but the snake will suffer over the long term.
I live 3 hours from Moab and we have family down there. I love it.
I love them both.
This is a gift from heaven, but I gotta let it go
Yes!! Thank you! That's the word!
Seriously, you are making me crave a vacation so bad right now!!! I'd even take walking the beach for seashells right now. I'm getting sad...I miss FL!
Oh, so sorry. I HATE when my kids are sick. It's always one, then the next, then the next. By the end of it, you've been dealing with sickness for 3 wks!! What's the ages of your kids? Mine are almost 8,10 & 7 months.
I hate to say it on this site but we use raw chicken.
When legally baiting, we use dried fish meal mixed with a congealant to make patties, about the size of large hamburger patties. You throw 2 or three around each pole, then cruise up and down the line, casting over the bait.
From the bank and not necessarily legally baiting a can of dog food with holes punched all around it
Chicken necks for blue crab. Cheapest, and holds together the longest. You can catch them good with mullet, too, but one or 2 crabs will destroy a mullet
Has anyone ever tried the mealworm/sunflower suet for their chicks? It was on sale for $5 at my feed store. They are going crazy over it!! It will keep them busy all day! I am going to have some seriously spoiled chickens! I wonder if the eggs will taste extra good!
Lol!!! Took me minute to realize what you were talking about!
My oldest is going to be 9 in Nov and the baby just turned 3 in May. Both girls....
Oh that had to be hard to pass...
I would do it but sparingly because of the lard used to make it....really fatty.