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when i was a nipper ma old man and i went to Kinghorn
he had a bag and stick that was in May ,he poked under
he sand and got big crabs , dose that still happen. Andy:blink:
 

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:D Parkins ehh. Been a while since i've heard that word.
Dunno much about finding them in the sand at kinghorn. Best to hunt about
in the kelp and rock for them.
Sadly there's not the numbers there used to be, but you should still find them.
The bigger tides improve your chances.:)
 

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:D Parkins ehh. Been a while since i've heard that word.
Dunno much about finding them in the sand at kinghorn. Best to hunt about
in the kelp and rock for them.
Sadly there's not the numbers there used to be, but you should still find them.
The bigger tides improve your chances.:)
thnx m8. Andy
 

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I think you'll find it's partans as a parkins is a biscuit i think. Used to get them in a creel thrown off the rocks at Crail when I was a boy.
:) Parkins, AKA Partans, AKA poo's, AKA Broon backs, AKA Edible crab.
Probably a few more to add to the list.
Anyway hey sir. I don't remember pulling you up about lythe. AKA Pollack to the rest of civilization.:)
 
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