SAN ANTONIO – The best time for crawfish usually starts around late February.
Peak months for wild-caught crawfish are typically March, April and May, but the cold weather is having a negative effect on crawfish.
"Crawfish need a lot of rain and warmer temperatures to grow,” according to CajunCrawfish.com.
Frigid temperatures are causing crawfish to stay deep underground which means they aren’t going into the traps.
Crawfish season is still coming -- it’s just going to be a little late this year.
Get ahead of the game and plan your crawfish season early with some of the best places for crawfish in San Antonio:
Be prepared -- crawfish season is coming.