Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Crawfish Trapping Report-Goldwater Lake

The water level at Goldwater Lake is lower than we have ever seen, which is interested because the near by Granite Basin Lake is completely full. Our local resource attributes this low level to seepage between the concrete damn and where it's tied into the rock cliffs. Regardless of the low water level and our favorite trapping at the lake currently dried up (pictured below), Goldwater Lake is still as much of a honey hole for crawfish as it's ever been! 

The following are Monday's trapping results...

Date: June 17th, 2013
Bait: Processed Crawfish Bait
Traps: Seven
Trap Type: Four Pillow, Two Promar Collapsible, One Trapper Arne.
Trap Depth: Ten foot average.
Average Time In Water: Two hours / 120 minutes. 
Trapping Results: Average of ten crawfish per trap resulting in 70 crawfish or 4.5 pounds of crawfish.


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