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Where is the best place to get information on crabbing?

Marc Maus
StarNews

Crab expert Peter Meyer offered the following information:

Information on crabbing in general is available through these resources:

Book: “Blue Crabs, Catch ‘em, Cook ‘em, Eat ‘em” by Peter Meyer.

Booklet: “Simply Blue Crabs: Catching, Cooking Eating” by Peter Meyer

Website: http://www.bluecrab.info/

Information on local crabbing can be obtained from any place that sells crabbing equipment, such as Island Tackle & Hardware in Carolina Beach.

Meyer can be reached by e-mail at avian@aol.com.

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One Response to “ Where is the best place to get information on crabbing?”

  1. On July 3, 2012 at 5:53 pm Bromley Jennette wrote:

    Find Marc Turano at Seagrant and drop him a line. Its free. http://www.ncseagrant.org/



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