WSF SITES | WSF WEB ZINE | WSF FORUMS | WSF GEAR SHOP | WSF ARCHIVES


QUICK LINKS - Forum Home | Photo Albums | Social Groups | Friends | Members



SEARCH WSF


Results 1 to 4 of 4

SHARE THIS THREAD:
  1. #1
    WSF Hardcore Poster nickipontyberem's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Posts
    310

    Location
    Carmarthenshire
    Interests
    fishing photography beachcombing
    Best Catch
    every fish ive caught !
    Favourite Fishing
    Shore
    Post Thanks / Like

    peeler crab what water temp do they start peeling ?

    To remove this advert please register for a free account

    i have read that peelers start when the water temp gets to ten degrees c in most areas ive seen the sea temps avererge 11-12 degrees in the bay this week so they should they have allready started peeling ? it just seems a bit early ?

  2. #2
    WSF Hardcore Poster
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Posts
    2,664

    Location
    Channel Islands
    Post Thanks / Like
    We had male velvets and shore crabs going for at least a month. I think the minute you get a small sea temp rise combined with a nice sunny day they start. Just get down the beach and enjoy looking mate.

  3. #3
    WSF Hardcore Poster nickipontyberem's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Posts
    310

    Location
    Carmarthenshire
    Interests
    fishing photography beachcombing
    Best Catch
    every fish ive caught !
    Favourite Fishing
    Shore
    Post Thanks / Like
    thanks think thats what im going to do with the weather warming bit over next few days will give it a go saterday i can only fail or be rewarded with some early crab !

  4. #4
    WSF Hardcore Poster nickipontyberem's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Posts
    310

    Location
    Carmarthenshire
    Interests
    fishing photography beachcombing
    Best Catch
    every fish ive caught !
    Favourite Fishing
    Shore
    Post Thanks / Like

    To remove this advert please register for a free account

    i not sure if you can post links but some may find this usefull its water temps around the uk http://www.seafordweather.co.uk/wl/UKSeaTemp.htm

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •