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How many crabs have you dug up using your Nox?  

I've dug up 4 of those toe pinching speckled crabs so far.  lol

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41 minutes ago, JohnnyRox said:

How many crabs have you dug up using your Nox?  

I can answer that one with none, but my brother did have a case of them after a one night stand.

Sorry I couldn't help you out, but I had to say it.

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I've dug none, but have shued away a few while swinging the coil!

But if you know that they are storing hoard's of coins and jewelry in their holes, please tell us! I will dig them all up!!🤣😂

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