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CrawdadHole

Uploaded by: CalicoBass

Sunday May 6, 2012

near Bald Knob, AR

Caption: I shoulda put something up beside this to measure it, it was a tall one. This was all under water just 3 weeks ago and crawdad holes were all over the place.

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11. CalicoBass
3:51 PM GMT on May 19, 2012
LOL, now I would believe that Duane might not know what that was, but just knew my sister would know. Thanks Cindi and Duane for the comments! And, for yall that didn't know what they were...you can tie a little dab of bacon on a string and drop it in the hole and the crawdad will grab it and you just caught a crawdad, hehehe.
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10. RenoSoHill
3:33 AM GMT on May 19, 2012
I thought it was an ant hill in the thumbnail - then I did't know - never heard of such a thing. (Old dog learned new trick)
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9. Dazzler
3:14 AM GMT on May 19, 2012
Great find Sis... Ummmmm, I'm not going to tell you I didn't know what that was.. But, I didn't. lol
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8. CalicoBass
11:47 AM GMT on May 13, 2012
Thanks Magicman for the comment! Also I thought everyone knew what these things were, hehe. They do make them out of mud and when they are dried they are almost as hard as concrete. You should try mowing a ditch where they have been, lol.
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7. Magicman
3:01 AM GMT on May 13, 2012
The things in nature never cease to amaze and provide wonder. Thank you for sharing this.
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6. CalicoBass
2:34 AM GMT on May 13, 2012
Thanks for all the great comments! It was in the
area between 8 and 10 inches tall.
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5. Hotzenwaelder
5:10 AM GMT on May 12, 2012
That is amazing. I have never seen such a thing.
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4. ChrisAnthemum
1:45 PM GMT on May 08, 2012
How tall is "tall," Delana? Interesting!
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3. backwardguy
1:34 PM GMT on May 08, 2012
Wow! Never seen anything like it! Great find.
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2. DavidInSATX
3:04 AM GMT on May 08, 2012
It's a big one. Is that about a foot tall?
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1. fluffonutta
12:55 PM GMT on May 07, 2012
Do crawdads build these out of the mud?
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