If the sizes goes down then you need to question before you even consider to pay R10-R12, not only is it illegal, but undersize which means that they are pulling what they can which is the early growth pools.There is still so much in CPT its unbelievable
They sell for between R10-12 a tail ..but the sizes have gone down
I am not vegan ..i Dont support what they are doing but the chinese are furking eveything upIf the sizes goes down then you need to question before you even consider to pay R10-R12, not only is it illegal, but undersize which means that they are pulling what they can which is the early growth pools.
It's hard to judge the scale, but when I worked in a restaurant serving only legal size tails, they looked about twice that size.Got these for 10 bucks apiece on Saturday.
As I've mentioned previously, I don't eat this schit, my wife wanted to make a seafood potjie so my Cape Flats buddies managed to get this.View attachment 607090
edit: I forgot to add something in the pic to get a sense of scale, but if it helps, that's a rice strainer that they're in.
Yeah..Probably under breeding age.... so even worse.
The season is closed, I believe since the WWF won the case the season is extended, 15th October 2018 to the end of February 2019. Frozen stock and those with WCRL licenses may distribute within the law.its legal when buying
illegal how they catch it
I learnt a method from a local fishermen I met at Port St Johns of cleaning crayfish by making a cut either side of the joint of the tail and body leaving about 2mm in the center. Twisting out the remaining joint and pulling removes the path of food to the anus easily (not sure what the scientific name is)How do I clean crayfish tails?
I'm going to steam them. Is there any cleaning I need to do before the time? I heard there is a "worm" I need to remove. Is that only in the whole crayfish or in the tails also?