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chiathomas

10:13PM | 05/25/02
Member Since: 05/25/02
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I just bought 2 acers of land moved my mobile home on it and started seeing all these mounds in my ground. Seems they come out at night and party hard! Guy up the road says they are crawdads only on this 2 acers, no one else has them. How do I get rid of them? I live in KY.

rpxlpx

09:48AM | 05/28/02
Member Since: 03/13/00
1675 lifetime posts
They're good to eat. Make gumbo of 'em.

chiathomas

05:40PM | 05/28/02
Member Since: 05/25/02
2 lifetime posts
Boy you sure are a lot of help! How long do I cook them? Ha!

rpxlpx

06:45AM | 05/29/02
Member Since: 03/13/00
1675 lifetime posts
45 crawfish receipes on this Web page alone.
Good luck. (I don't know how to get rid of 'em.) http://www.recipesource.com/main-dishes/seafood/crawfish/

sharona

05:15PM | 06/26/02
Member Since: 06/25/02
6 lifetime posts
Is you land near water? if not, their not crawdads but maybe moles.

ACD

10:07AM | 11/05/02
Member Since: 10/15/02
359 lifetime posts
I always thought crawdads lived in water. Arent they freshwater shrimp?

rpxlpx

04:04AM | 11/06/02
Member Since: 03/13/00
1675 lifetime posts
Crawdads, more commonly known as crayfish, are not freshwater shrimp but I think they're related. They don't have to live in a body of water. I've found crayfish living under a board or rock. They do like wet areas and usually reside in water but often dig holes in the ground. You can recognize the hole by the mound of mud around it.

ACD

11:18AM | 11/07/02
Member Since: 10/15/02
359 lifetime posts
oh right tiny lobster looking things, I remember seeing them at a park pond once.
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