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How big do rusty crayfish get?

Asked: علاء القبيصي, Last Updated:

4 inches Adults reach a maximum length of 4 inches. Males are larger than females upon maturity and both sexes have larger, heartier, claws than most native crayfish. Dark “rusty” spots are usually apparent on either side of the carapace, but are not always present in all populations.

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  • Is it legal to fish from the beach in Florida?

    All public beaches allow fishing from the shore and it is quite common to see people with their poles and cast nets working the calm surf. You can catch most inshore fish from the beach such as snook, pompano, shark, snapper, and redfish.

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