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my DIY crab trap!

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    youngtimothy - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Tecumseh MI
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    Default my DIY crab trap!

    I have needed to catch a crab in my tank for about 3 yrs now but just didn't want to rip apart my tank to do it. so I built a trap out of acrylic, it is glued with weld-on on all sides except the top, that is just rubber banded for easier removal of any thing caught. it has been 2 nights now and no crab but I was sitting here this morning and did catch something!!!!

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    Finding_Nemo - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Jan 2010
    Hazel Park


    Kudos on it working neat...sorry it wasnt the crab but you know that could be used to catch pain in the butt fish!!!

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