So, I hate fish. Well, eating them anyways. So I had to find something that I like to eat. In comes Mr. Red Claw Crayfish <--click link. Vegeterian, non territorial, prolific breeder, gets to 1.25 pounds. Sounds good to me! So I went in search of the elusive Red Claw. There were only a few people that carry them 2 here in California and one I found in Florida. The one in Florida is the only one that bothered returning my call and answering my E-mails. So they get my business. The place is called Stick Fins Fish Farm <--click link. I ordered them last week they shipped yesterday via USPS Express Mail and arrived alive and happy 11 A.M. at my doorstep. I highly recommend Stick Fins!
Here are some pics:
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In a quarantine tank til spring
This is a "small breeder".
Hey thanks! Ted J Hill is located down your way. check out his system.
Moses Gonzales said:
Those look awesome. I'm just planning my first system. I'm going to start with Tilapia, but that looks like something I'm going to keep in mind for down the road. Good luck, I look forward to seeing your future posts!
Lobster condos are illegal off the coast of Florida for slightly larger lobsters. :) However, I think they are the most sustainable lobster fishing method for spiny lobsters when they are managed correctly.
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I'm doing an aquaponic project for class and I think red claws would be perfect! I used to catch crawfish when I was a kid and would make mazes for them in the beach sand and they would always make it back out into the lake. It would be fun to make a maze for these guys and put food at the end.
Chi Ma said:
Glad to see your herd is growing Chi. Will they mate in this kind of environment?