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Cedar Key to Pensacola

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Postby geauxfishcharters » Tue Apr 03, 2007 9:09 pm

I build handmade commercial pinfish traps that have produced awesome results. I have never seen a trap fill up as these traps do and there are several captains around that have used the trap and can vouch for the results. Simply put, this trap outperforms any trap that I have personally used or seen. Even during the winter I was able to catch pinfish when few were able to. I am currently building two trap sizes. The first trap (Coastal Model)has two inlets and measures approximately 16" L, 13 1/2"W and 11 1/4" H and a "Commercial" version that has 4 inlets and measures approximately 24" L, 13 1/4"W and 11 1/4"H. The traps are made from galvanized welded wire and handmade to last. Traps have worked best for me with 1-2 lbs of cut in half sardines or cigar minnows dropped directly into the trap and left out the night before a trip on or near grassy bottom. Larger trap will hold up to approximately 15-18 dozen pinfish, normal size trap will hold up to approximately 50-75 pinfish. Commercial trap $70, Coastal sized $40. E-mail with any questions.

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Postby cjblount » Fri May 11, 2007 12:21 pm

Great Looking Traps. I might grab some coastal models from you.
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