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  • Andy82Hoyt
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    Yes


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  • Anythingalaska
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    Originally posted by Andy82Hoyt View Post
    I tried Seward last year, it was my last time taking my pots to seward. Well, unless I can start keeping the crabs I caught.


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    Young tanners?

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  • Andy82Hoyt
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    Originally posted by AK Fishkiller View Post
    They got medicine for that....HA I had to say it!! :-)

    haha good one!

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  • AK Fishkiller
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    They got medicine for that....HA I had to say it!! :-)
    Originally posted by Andy82Hoyt View Post
    I tried Seward last year, it was my last time taking my pots to seward. Well, unless I can start keeping the crabs I caught.


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  • Andy82Hoyt
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    Originally posted by Bullelkklr View Post
    I use a wide mouth maynaise bucket to put them in after they are headed and then we pack that in ice or snow.

    I set pots in Seward for 3 days over mem wknd - zippo, zilcho for shrimp.
    I tried Seward last year, it was my last time taking my pots to seward. Well, unless I can start keeping the crabs I caught.


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  • Bullelkklr
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    I use a wide mouth maynaise bucket to put them in after they are headed and then we pack that in ice or snow.

    I set pots in Seward for 3 days over mem wknd - zippo, zilcho for shrimp.

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  • OKElkHunter
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    I use a 3 gallon bucket and estimate on whole shrimp. I like the bucket because you can fill it with water and let the shrimp soak and clean themselves out for a bit before heading them; then put in bags and on ice.

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  • akjeff
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    A bucket and estimate.

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  • Ronster
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    279, ya missed one

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  • tjames
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    I think there were 278 in this 5...Click image for larger version

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  • Ronster
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    80 shrimp per gallon seems a bit high to me for whole shrimp. Thanks guys for the tip on the bucket, I usually just open the transom fishbox and throw them in there on ice so I was hoping to just count and avoid the bucket method. Guess I will just take a bucket, count while I fill it and use that number as a baseline. Thanks guys.

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  • Daveinthebush
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    Same as Brian but I have a 2 gallon bucket and a 5. The count is "gallons of whole shrimp" not tails.

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  • JR2
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    Originally posted by Brian M View Post
    We generally just use a five gallon bucket and estimate.
    That is my method as well.

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  • Brian M
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    We generally just use a five gallon bucket and estimate.

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  • Swissy
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    Last season's permit said 80 - but talked with guy when I picked up my permit and he said they were back to measuring them. He told me people were actually writing in the NUMBER of shrimp they caught, not as gallons of shrimp. So people were reporting, say, 100 on their permit!

    Basically a gallon ziplock is a gallon I got a cat litter bucket I use for washdown and such, and I marked 1, 2 and 3 gallon lines after dumping a ziplock full into it.

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