So, you wanna know how to catch crabs?
So you’re hungry for some yummy little crustaceans called crabs and want to catch your own?
Crab fishing can be a family-oriented sport or activity. After the first time you go crabbing with your children you’ll never stop hearing them on the weekends crying out, “Let’s go crabbing!”
There are a variety of methods, but some are just a bit more user-friendly than others.
Check out this video which shows you a simple and effective way to trap crab for a delicious meal or two…also great for catching in bulk to share with your buddies and the fam!
Scylla serrata (known as mud crab, or more ambiguously as mangrove crab or black crab) is an economically important crab species found in the estuaries and mangroves of Africa, Australia and Asia. In their most common form, the shell color varies from a deep, mottled green to very dark brown.
Generally cooked with their shells on, when they molt their shells, they can be served as a seafood delicacy as one of many types of soft shell crab. They are among the tastiest crab species and have a huge demand in Southeast Asian countries where they are often bought alive in the markets.
In the northern states of Australia, and especially Queensland, mud crabs are relatively common and generally prized above other seafood within the general public.