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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-13-2010, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
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Mink Question?

Well this is my first year mink trapping but i have this real good location under a bridge. There is this ledge
(under) the main wall that has eroded that seems to be where the mink a runing. The only problem is its a rocky ledge and it would be hard to get a 110 in it. Also the ledge is just rock no mud. On corners its all rock too. What would be the best set for this?

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Re: Mink Question?

How deep is the water along the ledge?




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Re: Mink Question?

about 1 1/2 ft deep

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Re: Mink Question?

The water is just about level with the ledge but when the creek gets high it goes up over.

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Re: Mink Question?

Tough to tell without seeing. You could try using 110's as bottom edge sets for one thing (on the bottom not the ledge) . Maybe you could work some mud or sod on the ledge so it would support a bodygrip or a foothold.




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