in Kentucky we called them crawdads.. my brother used to torment me by chasing me with them like they would pinch me. he loved to catch and release.. have not seen one in about 60 years
...and ever may they crawl and be forever safe! Lovely, watery captures.
He has nothing to worry about - I wouldn't eat him.Very good underwater shots.
I'm with Alex...I would not be eating one of these. We have attended the crawfish festivals before, but I'm not a fan.
I have never seen anything that looks like a lobster and lives in fresh water. Love the photos!Lynne x
i usually find 'em after the herons/egrets have gotten to them. :)
My brothers used to catch big crawdads and try to convince Mom to cook them. I don't think she did.
I haven't played with them in many years :)
We always called the Crawdads. We're from the South..Arkansas and Kansas..so..yeah. That's what we call them.Yep. fiddling with the house and yard keeps me occupied. Kids and grands and all grown and gone..every last one of them..and the little greats don't live close by and beside..MY children are the doting grandparents. I'm just a decoration any more. Fine with me..so I play house. :) :)You sound great. I loved the underwater pictures. How did you DO that??? Hugs!!!
We had tons in our creeks in VA!...:)JP
He does look like a little lobster but since I don't eat the big ones, that fellow is safe from me.
Interesting watching them under water- I rarely see them, but I know a lot of folks like to eat them NOT ME!
Yes, inquiring minds want to know how you captured such super shots...under water!What fun to watch them.
Awesome photos, Gail. Makes me want some crawfish now. :-)
They are rather interesting creatures. :-)
Is your new camera also waterproof. Really great captures. Wouldn't bother me to eat them if they are edible. I am not sure how big they get but I think you would have to eat a lot of em - I guess I am thinking about lobsters now and will probably have some lobster sandwiches for lunch - there's lots of lobster available in Atlantic Canada. Anyway, tell us all how you took these photos. Have a great day and hugz to M. lol to all
I loved catching these when I was a kid!
We have crawdads here in NV. The one and only time I went crawdadding we used bacon to catch them with! The buggers pinched my fingers!
It would be a great activity outdoor to "hunt" for these. :PThey're hard to spot in my opinion.
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