Originally Posted by stevedonna
I have got more than one but assumed that there was not much point in having two next to each other . Also thought whilst learning if I suffered a loss it would only be one .
I have two lobsters and two creel so would it be worth setting two say one of each type ?
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If you only put one down it isnt normally heavy enough to stay in the same place, I normally put them down in threes, with rope tied to each pot, at least the depth of the water apart, this way you are not pulling up two pots at the same time. It dowsnt matter really, lobster or creel, around the north wales coast at the minute we are getting loads of spider crabs and we are using salted down rotten dogfish for bait