Crawfish is a crustacean that resembles a miniature lobster; this species is usually dark golden-brown with reddish tinges. Crawfish average 3-9 inches in length. The cooked meat is red.
Crawfish are either farmed in rice fields during alternating seasons or trapped in the wild. Unlike other farm-raised products crawfish are trapped with bait; therefore, harvest is dictated by the catch. Bait consists of pieces of fish in colder months and manufactured pellets with warmer temperatures. Crawfish are harvested in a specially designed crawfish boat. This process is very labor intensive and continues rain or shine.
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