If you're not doing this, I would suggest standing on the edge on the right side and shooting your line straight down to hit the eggs as the crab releases them. You do need to time your shots well, which will take some practise, but the more you can hit this way before they're floating around everywhere, the better. I think the most important thing is to pay attention to the movement of the crab's pincers in relation to your first shot; from replaying it a couple of times, you should make your first shot when it's moved its pincers back and forth twice.
If you're interested, I have a video up on YouTube where I hit all but one of the eggs this way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzvSyuC6W1o
Hope that helps!