Well, I've spent a lot of time searching and am not finding any information on this...so time to start a new post.
In SE, Ketchikan area, shrimping and crabbing is open year round (unless I'm missing something). We are taking the boat out tomorrow and going camping at one of the forest service cabins. I figured while we are out, we might as well drop our pots and see what we can catch.
We did well this past summer for both, but the question is, how do things change in the Winter? Should we drop the pots in the same depths, same bait, etc, or do they move deeper/shallower in the winter? Any tips for catching both shrimp and crab this time of year would be GREATLY appreciated!