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How do crayfish get in ponds?

Asked: Denis Rossignol, Last Updated:

In natural ponds they will burrow into the mud banks or an area around the pond during winter; while in liner or concrete style ponds they will settle into leaf piles, plants, silt pockets, or wherever available.

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