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Old 06 October 2012, 17:44   #101
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Old 06 October 2012, 18:34   #102
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that's pop ! not pot!
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With the length of tho thread, that is a grand idea. A fishing gnome perhaps?!
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With the length of tho thread, that is a grand idea. A fishing gnome perhaps?!
Wish he would hurry up an take a look the suspense is killing me
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With the length of tho thread, that is a grand idea. A fishing gnome perhaps?!
A can of Campbells lobster bisque would be more appropriate ... save him all this bother ... oh and 15 minutes its way too long in boiling water ... 2/3rds that is fine IMO .. but make sure its bubbling boiling... not just hot

I dont faff about with needles either, if its right hot as it should be,... bung him straight in, with enough water to cover it completely too
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lol - concrete block just would be as good or a few bricks!

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I dont faff about with needles either, if its right hot as it should be,... bung him straight in, with enough water to cover it completely too
You can always chuck him the freezer for 30 minutes prior to his hot dip. Slightly more humane. He'll be counting sheep or lobsters before you know it.
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If Budweiser did Lobster

I like to cut the lobster lengthways from the cross in the back, clean all the crap out then bbq or grill with garlic butter.

Here is one I caught earlier



BBQ for 6- 8 mins shell down until meat becomes white then 1 minute flesh down. Claws can take bit longer so generally give them couple of mins over the heat headstart over the rest of the body.




If your gonna boil it 12 mins for a 'select' lobster (carapace 87-100mm ish) any bigger and 15mins.
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Here is one I caught earlier


Typical uncouth ruffians .... our lot are more discerning
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Aren't lobsters and woodlice both in the same arthropod family?

Woodlouse bisque, anyone?

Come on - it must be time to tell us what was in the pot!
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