Well, this mudbug is of the female variety. Lol. My hubby is lomax, which you'll see pop in to comment every now and then. Welcome to the forum! We're about an hour west of you. So is littleten. And at least one more rider we have yet to locate. By this spring, the south should be representing well. We dang sure needed more t-dubs. Thats for sure.Good morning fellows! Mr. Mud bug I live in Shreveport, home to KSLA. You must be close to me if you are in the channel 12 viewing area. We enjoyed 80 pounds of those delicious little critters last spring. I am in search of riding partners. Thanks.
A big problem? My oh my, how could anything that tastes this yummy ever be considered a problem. Thats like there being an over abundance of steaks and bread pudding. Smh..... Not so sure about those arizonians.View attachment 25876
That pic from the article has my mouth watering!
I don't know of any other critter with so many different names, we mostly called them crawdads back where I grew up in NC.
They are actually a big problem in some of the lakes here in AZ where they have been introduced. I bought a good sized trap last year to help do my part to clear them out!
I feel ya. Had the same problem when i lived in colorado. I was craving southern food so bad. Lol. U couldnt get crawfish, catfish, or anything like our tex-mex. My grandma was shipping cases of tomato relish to me between trips home.That is the number one thing I am missing in Arizona. There are no Cajun food places much less good places to get crawfish. I looked into having a 100lbs shipped, but it was $500. I will try again to find some this year locally. I grew up in Southeast Texas, so we crossed the border a time or two. In college the wrestling team had a contest and the looser had to drive to Houston and pick up a 100lbs for a crawfish boil. Great times.