Crayfish hibernation is an amazing phenomenon that is the ultimate source of the California native craysfish.
A rare species of crayfishes hibernates at the bottom of their tank, usually under a rock, and the eggs hatch at a time when other fish hatch.
The cray Fishes are so shy that when they emerge they have no natural predators to attract them and the only way to find them is to hunt them.
In California, the hibernators are so small that they can be found in remote areas.
The best way to get to them is by a dive, which is what I did with the help of a friend.
The crayFishes are shy, so you need to use a deep dive and get them into the water.
When you get close, you can see them swimming by and you can’t get close enough for them to see you, but if you get too close they will run away.
You will need to do this for as long as you can.
You can also feed the crayFish to the crays.
This is a technique that has been used successfully by people around the world to bring them food and protect them from predators.
If you are interested in more information on how to grow cray fish hibernating tanks, check out this article.
If you are looking for an easy and quick way to make cray fishes for a dinner party, you might be interested in my other post about how to make crab salad.