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  • #16
    Thanks for that. I was under the impression crab did not freeze very well.
    1978 17' Runabout - AQ120B/270
    1978 23' Cuddy

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    • #17
      It's really good for Omelets etc. When you cook 20 crab it's hard to eat that much. I like having it year round. That pack is at least 7 months old.


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      • #18
        We freeze our crab too. With fresh crab my wife makes decadent crab enchiladas.
        1978 Glasply 21ft 5.7l Mercruiser R drive "Sandi's Surprise"
        1981 Glasply 17ft 70hp Johnson & 9.8hp Nissan kicker "Skunked"

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        • #19
          OK y'all I ended up grabbing a pc of 1/4" angle I had laying around and cut a 4x6 to length. Eased all the edges on the wood and steel. Gave it a squirt of Rust-Oleum .

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          • #20
            Looks good. I like the bolted angle iron idea better than a single piece of bar stock. Top edge looks a little thick - as if it would crush rather than slice into the crab. But that could just be the picture angle
            1978 17' Runabout - AQ120B/270
            1978 23' Cuddy

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            • #21
              Thank you!

              As they say "it's good enough for who it's for"

              It's a rounded edge like a normal pc of 1/4" mild steel would have. I don't really want to cut the Crab. I just want to bust them so I can tear them in 1/2.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Cummins12V98 View Post

                They are only watery if they are soft shelled. Nice to have options!

                The way I look at it is they are bottom feeders and I really don't want to add "STUFF" to my food.

                I mean look at that "STUFF".

                You'd starve in Hawaii, lol

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