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Limit of BIG shrimp and Select Crabs out of Marsh Island

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My brother and I went to Marsh Island Wednesday afternoon. We got rained on for the first hour, but it was cool for the most part. We limited out on mostly 16-20 count shrimp and about 2-3 dozen of nice select crabs. Used fish meal, flour, and water for the shrimp and chicken and turkey necks for the crabs. The tide was rolling out hard the whole time we were there. Went from about 2pm-4:30pm. Went fish the cove for a little bit after we left marsh island and got a nice redfish and some decent sized black drum. Watch all the action in the video!! Please consider hitting that SUBSCRIBE BUTTON. We are a local channel trying to produce great content for you guys. Tons more content still to come with fall fishing and duck season approaching fast!!! Enjoy the VIDEO!!
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Re: Limit of BIG shrimp and Select Crabs out of Marsh Island
Nice shrimp and crabs I live down in St Bernard parish , try this ! Mix clay into the fish meal with flour then roll into balls and flatten them they stay put and won’t roll away in strong currents
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Re: Limit of BIG shrimp and Select Crabs out of Marsh Island
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Re: Limit of BIG shrimp and Select Crabs out of Marsh Island
Ill definitely keep that in mind, makes sense to me. Normally I only catch shrimp in strong current so next time I will flatten them out!
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Re: Limit of BIG shrimp and Select Crabs out of Marsh Island
Where do you get your fish meal?
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Re: Limit of BIG shrimp and Select Crabs out of Marsh Island
I get my fish meal at T&S Milling on Center St. in New Iberia. If you have a feed store near you, most likely they will have some. I get about 4-5 pounds of it and mix it with about 2 pounds of flour, and just add in the water as needed until it becomes a firm paste.
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