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How long can crawfish be kept alive?

Asked: Kugan R̆ÉẎG̱ÒN̆, Last Updated:

1 to 3 days Here are simple, easy to follow instructions on how to PROPERLY STORE your live crawfish for 1 to 3 days and have all of them still kickin' when it comes time to get things cookin'. Keep your live crawfish in the sack they come in, do not let them out.

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  • Do crawfish dig holes in your yard?

    Crawfish are a seasonal problem in some regions. They tend to make burrows in lawns during the rainy season, which can be unsightly and can have the potential to damage mowing equipment. ... Getting rid of crawfish is not that easy, and really should start with re-sculpting your yard.

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