Crayfish: How Do You Tie It?

Common names: Crayfish, crayfish and river prawn.

Status: According to the Norma Oficial Mexicana NOM-059-ECOL-2001 the species is under special protection.
Family: Cambaridae
Genus and species: Cambarellus montezumae
Distribution
Since ancient times, are located in: Chapultepec Lake, Lake of the Valley of Mexico.
They are currently located in Xochimilco, the dam of Guadalupe Victoria, Lerma River, Timilpa, Atequiaca, Mexico lagoon, lagoon of Zumpango, dam of the conception, Atizapan dam, Laguna de Salazar, former Lake Texcoco, channels Chimalhuacan and Tlaxcala.

Features
• The crayfish has an exoskeleton, two pairs of antennae, cephalothorax and abdomen.

  • Account with five pairs of legs located in the cephalothorax.Walking through four pairs of legs and when it threatened flees to swim backwards.
  • The exoskeleton must change to grow the crayfish, this process is called molting.About performs 15 moults during his lifetime.
  • Is nocturnal and omnivorous.
  • To withstand large changes in temperature from 11 ° in winter to 17 ° C in summer, the average dissolved oxygen values are between 6 and 7 mg/l and pH is 8.

Reproduction

  • Their reproduction is year-round primarily in summer and autumn.
    • The female is larger and the first couple of pleopodos are short and robust.
    • During playback can maim you or kill instead.
    • Come to deposit up to 70 eggs in the abdomen until they hatch.
    • The formation of embryos lasts for 28 to 30 days under laboratory conditions.
    • Has four stages:
    Nauplius feeding on its reserve.
    Metanauplio feeds on phytoplankton.
    Protozoea can feed on phytoplankton and zooplankton and
    Postlarvae that feeds on zooplankton

El crayfish, is a crustacean that lives in dams and rivers in much of the country, being in good populations in dams and rivers in the State of Mexico, Puebla, Hidalgo, Morelos, among others, consituyte an excellent food for fish such as trout and bass, vary in their color from light grey to dark, Brown and olive, reason why I could not help to ignore to do an easy tie pattern and cash to mainly fish trout, which I share with you.

Materials

  1. Hook Daiichi No.8, streamer Hook 4 x Long 1 x strong
  2. Chenille medium, olive, green or brown.
  3. A small strip of saddle grizzly
  4. Scud green or gray color 1/4 shell
  5. Bead head black 5/32 counterweight
  6. Lead wire 0.10 ballast
  7. 4 Indian feathers Neck olive, grey or coffee.tongs
  8. Monofilament of 40 pounds for eyes
  9. Buck tail antennas or moustache
  10. Swiss Café Straw (raffia)
  11. Dubbing the closest to the color of chenille.
  12. Coffee, black indelible marker.

Step 1.- Bead head enters the hook, for mounting in the vise and the lead wire from 0.10 entangled for ballast crayfish.

Step 2.- Ensures e l lead (lead wire) with the thread and attaches the chenille stuck to the head bead and thread is carried

Step 3.- Forms the body of the crayfish with chenille, attempting to swell the head and attaches the chenille.

Step 4.- Attaches the buck tail lined with hook so that it mimics the antennas.

Step 5.- Is cut a bit of 40 lb monofilament line, and burned at the ends for forms eyes.

Step 6.- The eyes are set above the antennae.

Step 7- A short saddle, is cut to form legs.

Step 8- Attaches the saddle right in the middle of the eyes.

Step 9. Is cut a piece of Scud Back, leaving 1/4 longer than the size of the crayfish, since it gives support to the same queue.

Step 10. Mounted and adjusted the scud back in the eyes positioning it forward with the saddle.

Step 11. Cut 4 small indian cock feathers, 2 of them will form the tweezers or tongs on the left side and the other two from the right.

Step 12.- Se colocan dos plumas de indian cock de cada lado por debajo del ojo con las puntas hacia adentro tratando de colocarlas un poco abiertas para formar las tenazas.

tep 13. Is filled with dubbing the space where the eyes, back scud, the saddle and the tongs, have been assembled in order to give a good uniform finish.

Step 14. Is passing the thread previously mixed with chenille’s eyes through the most voluminous part or adbdomen which forms the head of crayfish to the part where it starts the thin part of the tail.

Step 15. Saddle unifomemente entangled to form the legs coming up where you leave the thread in the previous step, setting

Step 16. Scud back up to where we let the thread is taken and is fixed, the head being formed.

Step 17. Is van forming sections of the tail through the thread towards the bead head.

Step 18. Cut a piece of raffia forming the tail to be mounted on the last pass of son stuck to the head bead.

Step 19. Raffia forming the tail attaches.

Step 20. With curved scissors is given shape to the queue.

Step 21. The final knot is made, cut the thread tying and crayfish comes to tunning and aesthetics.

Step 22.- With a brown or black marker begins to detail the crayfish painting, eyes, pincers, shell, tail, and legs, which will give you a more realistic finish.

Step 23. Once painted and dry, is coated with a layer of water for lead-based adhesive, sticking well raffia with scud back tail.

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