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    I have a limited number of pots available if anyone is interested. 36x36x18 and they fold flat for storage. $150.00 each
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    Originally posted by potbuilder View Post
    I have a limited number of pots available if anyone is interested. 36x36x18 and they fold flat for storage. $150.00 each
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    I have no experience with crabbing, are they usually at a similar depth/location as shrimp? Would these pots work well on the shrimp pot gear I bought from you last year (shrimp pots have worked great, have recommended them to multiple people)? It seems like it would be fun, weather permitting, I know it gets nasty out there in the winter.

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    • #3
      sure you can use the shrimp lines. From my limited experience catching tanners they seem to like mud instead of hard bottom like shrimp.
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      • #4
        Potbuilder, I forgot how to rig the pot to my lines and which side to rig on. I haven't used them in years but I wanted to get them in the water this season. Any pictures on rigging would be get. I have the ones you built above but have the PVC entrance with orange mesh. Thanks
        Ryan
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        • #5
          Originally posted by rpdeines View Post
          Potbuilder, I forgot how to rig the pot to my lines and which side to rig on. I haven't used them in years but I wanted to get them in the water this season. Any pictures on rigging would be get. I have the ones you built above but have the PVC entrance with orange mesh. Thanks

          bridle them on one of the sides that folds up. I'd move the clips 3 or 4 meshes in not on the 1st mesh like in the picture or just tie the bridle about 1/2 way up the side of the pot on one of the flap sides and use the other flap for a dump door.
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          Alaska Shrimp Pots

          Rigid & Folding Shrimp & Crab Pots
          Electra Dyne Pot Haulers
          Ropes, Buoys, Bait
          alaskashrimppots.com
          akshrimppots@mtaonline.net
          907 775 1692

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          • #6
            Should I use floating line or sinking line for the pot rigging? Thanks for the help!

            Originally posted by potbuilder View Post
            [ATTACH=CONFIG]98447[/ATTACH]bridle them on one of the sides that folds up. I'd move the clips 3 or 4 meshes in not on the 1st mesh like in the picture or just tie the bridle about 1/2 way up the side of the pot on one of the flap sides and use the other flap for a dump door.
            Ryan
            Kingfisher 2525 Honda 225 & 20

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            • #7
              Floating to keep it off the bottom usually.
              Bk


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