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How big do crayfish get in Canada?

Asked: Northern Fishing, Last Updated:

Rusty crayfish are large; adults can reach 7.5 to 13 centimetres rostrum (part of shell in front of eyes) to tail. Rusty patches on each side of the shell. Grayish-green to reddish-brown claws with black bands near the tips.

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