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Easiest way is to get a crayfish trap. The more fun way that I like is to use two disposable cups. Come in with one of the cups from behind the crayfish since they swim backwards. Next bring the other infront of it so it will try to swim away and into the other cup. Bring the two cups together and you should, after a few practice attempts, be able to catch crayfish all day long.
Want to catch fresh water crayfish? Here's how to do it. In this article,I will be explaining how you can catch freshwater crayfish. This is a wonderful activity that you can enjoy with your children on a hot summer day. read more
I wrote a hub on this topic awhile back. Here is the link to it:
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Catch-an … ds-for-Fun
get a tap and bait it with salami. let it sit for an hour or so, then check and rebait.
When I was a kid we used to tie bacon onto a piece of string at the end of a pole and dangle it on the bottom of the creek. When we felt a tug we dragged the clinging crawfish to the surface.
My crude method for constructing a simple net for catching crayfish. read more
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