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drain pipe set

i made a set near a rail rd track today, i found some fox droppings along a drain pipe. this is amtrack, has anyone ever traped a place like this, im not sure how ofton they may run these tracks? any insight?

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Re: drain pipe set

Make sure your not on RR Property...
Since 9/11, the RR Police don't take to kindly to folks being on RR Property!


As you meaning how often do the Fox run the tracks or how often does amtrax run the tracks?
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Re: drain pipe set

foxs and the tracks run rite behind my work. a few traps on the side of the gravel they shouldnt make a stink. and i have permission to trap that side of the rails

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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-07-2010, 04:51 PM
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i hope its not a conibear

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Why?

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its a foot hold and why

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Re: drain pipe set

conibears in pa must be inside a waterway, some commission officers interpret that as if water ever ran there, some say it better be in water or youre in trouble. i could be wrong about 110s but im pretty sure larger they must be in water.

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Re: drain pipe set

And what is a drain pipe? A WATERCOURSE!!! No, there is no requirement for ANY size bodygrip trap to be placed in the water in Pennsylvania. They must be "in a watercourse".

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so even if this "drain pipe has water thro it when it rains and so forth is it ok?

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Re: drain pipe set

the ground is white with water courses now.

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