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Topic: Crabbing on Piers  (Read 201 times)

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Johny23

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It will be my first attempt crabbing and I plan doing it from the pier with a crab net.  Was thinking Parcifica pier (tomorrow).  Any advice?

Is there a Pier in HMB?


Thank you!


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It will be my first attempt crabbing and I plan doing it from the pier with a crab net.  Was thinking Parcifica pier (tomorrow).  Any advice?

Is there a Pier in HMB?


Thank you!
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Is that a better option?  I have 2.  Iíll bring both!  We can use a net and a rod at the same time in the ocean right?


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Is that a better option?  I have 2.  Iíll bring both!  We can use a net and a rod at the same time in the ocean right?

Two devices at a time from the pier in pacifica. The snares are a better option. Furbags are dialed into robbing bait from anything larger. If you do drop a net, watch out for the drift wrapping you around the pilings.
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Thanks for the advice!