Danielson Pacific FTC Crab Trap-24in x 24in x 13in

September 12, 2018 - Comment

The Danielson Pacific FTC Crab Trab is constructed of vinyl-coated steel wire and measures 24″ L x 24″ W x 13″ H. It features four entrance doors and two escape rings for small crabs with a fall-away rot-cord system to disable the trap should it not be retrievable. Folds flat for easy transport and storage.

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(as of August 17, 2019 5:11 am CDT - Details)

The Danielson Pacific FTC Crab Trab is constructed of vinyl-coated steel wire and measures 24″ L x 24″ W x 13″ H. It features four entrance doors and two escape rings for small crabs with a fall-away rot-cord system to disable the trap should it not be retrievable. Folds flat for easy transport and storage.

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Yellow Fever "Mitch" says:

Catches Dungeness like a pro! Took this out of bodega bay on the opening day of the Dungeness crab season. We had 5 cages. Some with weighted doors, some without. Just the bare cage with a bait container in the middle worked flawless.1. set up the rope to pull from the center2. use bait containers with the smallest holes (bags worked best – like fishnet stocking size)3. the leaded rope works great4. get a float that doesn’t look like everyone else’s. The spent helium containers were the most entertaining on the water.5. flags on the floats helped.pretty amazing trap.

anonymous says:

Not for use on eastern blue crabs. I was buying with the intent to use on blue crabs and was a bit shocked by the size. Very large, almost like a commercial pot for Maryland crabs. Its very sturdy, heavy wire. It will need modification for blue crab though. The grid is too large to hold small blues, but i think the keepers will be caught just fine. The escape holes will need to be wired smaller or even the keeperd may get out. I think it will work, but its not what i was expecting. Not legal for New Jersey. Does not have turtle exclusion device.

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