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Cool Mantis Shrimp Photos

Discussion in 'Shrimping Clinics - Learn How to Shrimp' started by Nautical Gator, Oct 30, 2015.

  1. Hal

    Hal Pirate

    That is a nice meal in itself!
  2. Emaniac

    Emaniac Newbie

    WoW... those are crazy ... love to get hold of one of those.. great info and pics....
  3. Stan T

    Stan T Pirate

    wow, mother nature creates some beauties, i dont think I want to see one toooo close.
  4. kim

    kim Greenhorn

    scary looking but maybe good bait.
  5. CUTR

    CUTR Newbie

    Wow! All my years on the water and that's the first I've seen.
  6. Learned about these guys in school. They can seriously mess you up lol. It’s like a hammer when they come crashing down on you
  7. Mantis shrimp are supposed to have exceptional eyesight.
  8. IROC

    IROC Greenhorn

    Wow! Those are beautiful, ugly and dangerous all wrapped up in one package. Are they caught off the bottom or do they swim along in the tide like other shrimp?
  9. Gary F Ball

    Gary F Ball Junior Member

    I caught one a few years back at cape cannaval
  10. RDye

    RDye Newbie

    Awesome pics! Glad to know that they're throwbacks.
  11. MTnet

    MTnet Greenhorn

    Scary bugger. Best left in its hole given the opportunity. Strikes fast like lightning. Great pics.
  12. Jeepster

    Jeepster Rigger

    I hate Mantis Shrimp. Finger busting little jerks. I tong them back to the water.
  13. DipShrimp

    DipShrimp Pirate

    Awesome pic! Wouldnt want to tangle with that guy
  14. FLJNR

    FLJNR Blackbeard

    That is one ugly shrimp. I never have seen one in person. Thanks for sharing.

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