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Crayfish/Eel Trap (Pack of 10)

Crayfish/Eel Trap (Pack of 10)
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About this product

A double-entry trap with central suspended bait box. Can be used to trap crayfish and eels.

Capture of Protected Species
Please note that a license is required to undertake any activity involving the White-clawed Crayfish. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to be licensed when required, and to operate under those license conditions. If in doubt, please seek guidance from your local Environment Agency office before commencing any sort of crayfish trapping.

Specification

Dimensions:

Width: 387 mm

Depth: 900 mm

Height: 387 mm

Weight: 2.84 kg

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