It's blue crab season on Long Island. Crab courtesy of Two Cousins Fish Market in Freeport. (Credit: Photo by Bruce Gilbert)
Catching crabs is fun, easy, uncomplicated and inexpensive. Here's everything you need to know about crabbing, along with hot spots on Long Island. TOOLS OF THE TRADE
Blue crabs can be caught from boats, docks or shore in tidal creeks and bay waters using nets, traps and drop-lines. You can also skim them from bulkhead edges using a net during the day, or scoop them as they swim on the...
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