Leave a comment on this post if you need any and I can let you know how to get them. They cost around $80 for a new trap and the ones they are selling are all ready to go for $25. You just need lines and buoys.
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Backman Steve Redfern Baits Bags and Stacks Lobster Pots On The Stern Of The Lobster Boat Trapper John
Filmed with the Kodak zx3 and mounted using the Kayalu Ram Mount
Andre contacted me through the blog and asked if I knew where he could get some used lobster traps to fish with his family under a recreational permit.
Of course. We got him set up with some great traps and next summer he will be ready to rock.
If anyone needs any info on how to get a recreational lobster permit or a student permit for their children let me know. We can always source decent used traps for you so you don’t have to go and spend $70 on new ones.
shoot me an email if you are interested email@example.com
Matt and his son have been working in the yard on a pile of traps for a while now. New traps can cost close to $80 so when you can buy decent used traps you can save a good amount of money. The used traps that lobstermen usually buy need to be “gone through”. Gone through meaning- the knitted heads may need repairing, the wooden slats on the bottom of the trap may need to be replaced to protect the bottom of the trap from wear, the escape vents might need new hog rings to keep them secure or the trap might just need to be brushed off from dead growth.
Dave Jewell Trains Frankie In The Art Of Setting A Lobster Trawl
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Here’s Mark Ring aboard The Stanley Thomas. He is setting up the lobster trawls to set. Lobstering lesson video at 7:00AM with Mark and Matt Ring
The sparrows love the pot-pickings as much as the gulls do.