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OLd wired Large Crab Traps

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for any one who may be looking to catch crabs for bait , I have two large wired crab traps free, The permit for crabs is free , just need to make a call to the DMF and it will be on your way .

 

Also have two old bikes , with a little work should be great for the canal.  Also have one or two 55 gallon plastic LIve wells container.  to the first ones who want them. Can be use for live eels on a boat or live mackerel 

Must take away by the end of the month

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57 mins ago, Angler #1 said:

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Also have two old bikes , with a little work should be great for the canal. ...

 

Is one of the two bikes, my old canal bike I gave you some years back?

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2 hours ago, Joe G said:

 

Is one of the two bikes, my old canal bike I gave you some years back?

Joe that bike has found its final resting spot at the local recycling plant a long time ago, but it did get to carry a few nice fish for both of us.

 

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2 hours ago, nellytrader said:

I could use the crab traps.  How big are we talking?  Where are you located?

I live in Sandwich , used for commercial catching. I will need to pull them out . The wire that was used was not  galvinized.  . send me your number and i will call you on the phone . Let me get back to you on the sizes.

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Nelly one trap is 3ft log 2 feet wide and10 inches high

the other one iws 31 inches long 12inchs wide and 10 inches high .

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One bike is just a standard old fashion break system Al rims 

The other is a nishiki shimno shiftier system, rims are aluminum ssw 26'rims

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31 mins ago, Angler #1 said:

I live in Sandwich , used for commercial catching. I will need to pull them out . The wire that was used was not  galvinized.  . send me your number and i will call you on the phone . Let me get back to you on the sizes.

I don't think i have enough posts yet to message you directly.  If you message me your number i can call you

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17 hours ago, Angler #1 said:

One bike is just a standard old fashion break system Al rims 

The other is a nishiki shimno shiftier system, rims are aluminum ssw 26'rims

I would be interested if one has a bar to attach to my bike carrier. 

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12 mins ago, R.R. Bridge Fisher said:

I would be interested if one has a bar to attach to my bike carrier. 

Both bikes are ladies bikes , I can save it so that you can look at the better one when you get down this way[no rush ]

 

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13 mins ago, Angler #1 said:

Both bikes are ladies bikes , I can save it so that you can look at the better one when you get down this way[no rush ]

 

Ladies bikes are better for ease of access,especially with waders but i cannot make them work on my current bike rack for my truck.

Thanks for the offer....:howdy:

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