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Cache is located in an ammo box at a crabby hang-out. Original contents include the following crabby swag: T-shirt, shot glass, keychain, hot sauce, free food card, super bounce ball. Enjoy!
All you need is a length of cord with suitable bait, chicken necks or fish heads do nicely, tied to one end. Throw the bait into the water, wait a few minutes, then pull on the line gently to see if you get a nibble. Other methods use circular crab nets and collapsible crab traps. Crabs can be caught in local sound waters from late spring into early fall, but the best time is May, June and July.
Crab Events on Hatteras Island:
Fishing and Crabbing Rodeo - Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge. 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. The only day of the year North Pond is open to fishing and crabbing! A free prize drawing is open to all children 12 and under. For more information call (252) 987-1118.
Day at The Docks - A Celebration of Hatteras Island Watermen - Hatteras Village. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The commercial and charter fishing fleets will display their boats, skills, products and gear in a variety of competitions and demonstrations. There will be a number of maritime-inspired games for children and fresh, local seafood will be featured in a chowder cook-off and cooking demos. Traditional wooden boats, including a shad boat, NC's State Boat, a beach dory and a mullet skiff will be on site. For more information visit dayatthedocks.org
Congratulations to The Mack4 for FTF!
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