Tahoe Lobsters -- would you buy them?

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Ron Anderson

Trad climber
Soon to be Nipple suckling Liberal
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 20, 2012 - 02:15pm PT
yeah but its the vaJJ model..


Wes hasnt crap aside from a sampler study from where i dont know,that says we are just guessing with a minimum of 1 sample noted on some.


HE HAS never seen one himself im betting. I KNOW he hasnt caught one, and Ill BET hes never fished the keys for well over thirty years. Ill bet he knows nothing of the fact this had been planned for sometime and was disputed by as many studies that the bass were in any way a "problem" in tahoe. I know the folks i know there were bummed. This is sounding like,,,, bigfoot....


so back to crawdads, and who would think about ordering them in they were available. These are WAy better than farmed raised available is store often.



edit: Minnow listed as bait fish without any controls are : Lahaton redside, Speckled dace, Tahoe sucker , Mtn sucker , Tui cub and Piaute sculpin... thats right Wes,, those minnows your so worried about are so abundant they can be trapped and used for bait at lake tahoe..
mechrist

Gym climber
South of Heaven
Dec 20, 2012 - 02:18pm PT
Thanks Brandon. I like to teach, when I can. Aren't you a South Shore guy? Send an email if you ever need a wall to train on during the winter. Or were you the one who hooked me up with Rumney beta? Memory... I miss it!
WTF

climber
Dec 20, 2012 - 02:40pm PT
Well lets see a crawdad from a sh#t swamp in La or one from one of the cleanest lakes in the world.

hmmmm lets see eat swamp sh#t or some clean water sandy bottom crawler hmmm


Wes you are back!















































like Herpes!


Brandon-

climber
The Granite State.
Dec 20, 2012 - 02:46pm PT
Wes, I'm in NH these days, we missed meeting up at Rumney. But I'm a Tahoe local at heart. I'd love to check out some new boulders next time out there, I'll hit you up.

Keep on schooling us on what you know best.
mechrist

Gym climber
South of Heaven
Dec 20, 2012 - 05:08pm PT
aside from a sampler study from where i dont know

I didn't realize you really, honestly couldn't read... I thought you were joking. I didn't realize color maps (with scale) that clearly identify the locations of the sampling points confused you so much. I'm sorry... continue with your make-believe.

Tell us how a friend talking to a random lady on a random flight about a completely different study (of grouse no less) calls into question the sampling methods and conclusions of the fish study I posted.

Or how data from your species identifying fish finder is far superior to biweekly snorkel surveys and bimonthly electro-fishing surveys... that's my favorite.


Ill bet he knows nothing of the fact this had been planned for sometime and was disputed by as many studies that the bass were in any way a "problem" in tahoe.

1) Take the tinfoil off your head and use it to broil your bass. TRPA is not some Illuminati organization that produces fake studies and data to support some planned agenda.
2) You haven't posted a single study that says anything about anything.
3) You are an idiot.

Still waiting for you to tell us all where we can find those "many studies"... or who did them... or when... or... well, any information at all about them... other than there are "many" of them and they fly in the face of the easily accessible, peer reviewed, easily reproducible, clearly explained scientific literature.



herpes only gets worse if you scratch it... medication is the best treatment.
manzanita man

Social climber
somerset, ca.
Dec 21, 2012 - 06:52pm PT
hey ron, i think its a good idea. i have caught 1000s of crawdads in tahoe and they tasted great. july 4th week in 2000, i was at a family reunion at zephyr cove, we had all the cabins, over 75 people. my uncle dropped his glasses off the end of the dock and i happened to have my snorkeling stuff with me. i dove down at the end of the dock and got the glasses but saw 100s of crawdads everywhere i looked down there. caught 100s at sand harbor also.
mechrist

Gym climber
South of Heaven
May 15, 2013 - 11:10pm PT
Boiled 15 of them up tonight. I figure you need 30 or so for a meal.

Pretty good, but no much meat for the work.
One of them had eggs. Not so tasty.

My gf, a vegetarian since age 6, even participated in murdering and eating of the lil'bastards.
Lynne Leichtfuss

Sport climber
moving thru
May 15, 2013 - 11:18pm PT
Oh why does my brain not check the dates before i start reading. Oh well, happy ending.

PS, seriously....hope all the native and non natives sort themselves out before they are...outed.
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