Click here HuntingPA.com
Outdoor Community

Trapping Forum

Topic Options
#2619163 - Fri Mar 16 2012 07:00 PM foxtrapperwoman
Lackawanna Fox Offline
Carpal \'Tunnel

Registered: Mon Feb 04 2008
Posts: 4064
Loc: Scranton PA
Seen one with my own eyes today while sucker fishing lol

Little video


_________________________
F this.......Im going fishing

Top
#2619171 - Fri Mar 16 2012 07:10 PM Re: foxtrapperwoman [Re: Lackawanna Fox]
dietsch Offline
Pooh-Bah

Registered: Tue Jan 12 2010
Posts: 2267
Loc: north east
what is it? the video is clear however i can only see the water moving

Top
#2619176 - Fri Mar 16 2012 07:11 PM Re: foxtrapperwoman [Re: Lackawanna Fox]
Lackawanna Fox Offline
Carpal \'Tunnel

Registered: Mon Feb 04 2008
Posts: 4064
Loc: Scranton PA
lol its a rat you can see its little head
It is hard to see
It almost came closer but went under


Edited by Lackawanna Fox (Fri Mar 16 2012 07:12 PM)
_________________________
F this.......Im going fishing

Top
#2619364 - Fri Mar 16 2012 09:38 PM Re: foxtrapperwoman [Re: Lackawanna Fox]
trapperrick Offline
Pooh-Bah

Registered: Sat Feb 11 2012
Posts: 2465
Loc: Somerset County, PA
That's what I was going to ask until I saw the last post. You bettersend that video to the game commission for verification because I thought muskrats were extinct in this state!
_________________________
Summertime is gardening and berry picking time!

Top
#2620042 - Sat Mar 17 2012 06:33 PM Re: foxtrapperwoman [Re: Lackawanna Fox]
Loren Offline
journeyman

Registered: Sat Aug 08 2009
Posts: 93
Loc: PA
I saw one the other day when I was beaver trapping. There were rat turds on about every log in that area.
Saw a mink cross the rd this week, too, in broad daylight, a male looked like. Breeding season!

Top
#2620074 - Sat Mar 17 2012 07:14 PM Re: foxtrapperwoman [Re: Loren]
OldMink Offline
Honored

Registered: Thu Nov 08 2001
Posts: 6836
Loc: Middletown, Pa.
Old Timy Alert Proceed with caution

Until 20-25 years ago, rats were as plentiful as all get out around here. Old Herbie lived down the hill from me when I was a kid. He was a grown man with a good job on the Turnpike so he didn't have much time for trapping. One season opener he took all his traps, all 12 #1 Victor longsprings, and set then a couple of hundred yards from his house in an old section of the Union Canal and a tiny pond about the size of the average living room. [Stop me if you've heard this before] The next morning, Sunday morning, be-darned if Herbie didn't run the table. All 12 traps scored a rat. One check, 12 rats. I caught many-a-rat, but I never tied or beat that record.
_________________________
I trap mink because I don't know any better

Top
#2620185 - Sat Mar 17 2012 08:43 PM Re: foxtrapperwoman [Re: Lackawanna Fox]
dtpa Offline
old hand

Registered: Sat Apr 10 2010
Posts: 761
Loc: Elderton, PA
Mink breeding occurrs in January/ early February.

Top
#2622324 - Mon Mar 19 2012 08:52 PM Re: foxtrapperwoman [Re: Lackawanna Fox]
bobcat Offline
Honored

Registered: Tue Nov 02 2004
Posts: 5054
Loc: pa
been seeing rat sign while beaver trapping lately. enough that i may try trapping a few of them spots next year.
_________________________
Now your diggin' where the 'tators are!

Top
#2625325 - Thu Mar 22 2012 07:55 PM Re: foxtrapperwoman [Re: Lackawanna Fox]
tigertodd Offline
old hand

Registered: Mon Apr 07 2008
Posts: 1102
Loc: swpa
I wish the rats would come back the way they where. I saw one the other day and just sat and watched it.

Top


Moderator:  foxtrapperwoman, Moss, OldMink 
Google Ads
HuntingPA Sponsors
60X Custom Strings
ADT Security
Arrowhead
Boondock Outdoors
FoxPro
Growing Up With Guns
Hilltop Seeds
Hunting GPS Maps
Huntworth Gear
James Creek Outfitters
Knob Mountain Kennel
Lancaster Archery
Lowes Whitetail Scents
Martz Gap Hunting Preserve
Midwest Turkey Call Supply
Magees Optics
Mt. Hope Game Preserve
Night Eyes Predator Lights
No Limits Outdoors
On-Point Outfitters
Outdoorsman's Insight Magazine
Pheasants Forever
Premier Hunting Adventures
Randy Kuntz's Taxidermy
Realtree
Stony Gun & Archery
TrailCamPro
Two Bear Outfitters
Ultimate Camo
Who's Online
259 registered (007hunter, 284, 250dieselgun, 25ftup, 1oldman, 10der222, 26 invisible), 523 Guests and 180 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Google Ads
Newest Members
ruger257rob, Doug Bowser, RoBaer, McM, Top
33215 Registered Users
Recent Posts
Maine Bear hunt success!!
by Jester
time to hang up the camo
by Potter Co. Joe
Aaron Copeland
by timberdoodle
Deer Cart/Hauler
by gonetocamp
NY nonresident fishing license
by spur
Maine Flintlock Bear Harvest!!
by Jester
Tree faller near Cross Fork, Potter county
by cspot
New Topics
Maine Flintlock Bear Harvest!!
by Jester
2 minutes 27 seconds ago
LH Fender Acoustic Electric Guitar FS/TRADE
by GregW
5 minutes 45 seconds ago
medium rucks, sleep sytems, plate carriers
by cool-aid
7 minutes 40 seconds ago
Multicam level 5 and 6
by cool-aid
21 minutes 43 seconds ago
bobcat watching doe
by hightine
Today at 08:15 AM
Aaron Copeland
by DIYASUB
Today at 08:07 AM
Youth Hunting Items
by Buckeroo
Today at 07:30 AM
Top Posters
great white hunter 35056
RonM 29175
RB-HPA 27763
Bluetick 23727
DennyF 22853
TATERDAVID 22593
SigPro2340 21448
Peppy 20767
DIYASUB 20285
timberdoodle 18931
Forum Stats
33215 Members
99 Forums
109044 Topics
1377996 Posts

Max Online: 1692 @ Mon Dec 02 2013 08:38 PM