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Excerpt from Louisiana Conservationist, Vol. 34: March-April, 1982
Crawfish boats used in commercial ponds come in all styles. Many are Specially made by crawfish farmers to suit their individual needs. Top photo shows a crawfish combine which con sists of a large wheel, hydraulically operated, which pulls the boat. Many harvesting boats have convenient features such as a sorting table with holes to which open sacks are attached (photo p. 7 far right). The home-made cover on the boat above is reminiscent of a Conestoga wagon and offers protection to the farmer from sun, wind, and rain. New harvesting techniques are constantly being tested. Although not commonly used today, the electro shock trawl (right) could be a viable method in' the future.
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