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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-21-2015, 01:19 AM Thread Starter
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gloves on the trap line !

what gloves do you guys wear setting traps rubber or leather ?
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-21-2015, 01:23 AM
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Re: gloves on the trap line !

Rubber and believe me I'm miserable when it's coldmy hands know it when wearing them

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Re: gloves on the trap line !

I used rubber until I got smarter. Then I used cotton and used many pairs. One set for the dirt and handling items, one for traps (sometimes I used rubber for this), one pair for lures and scent, main pair for the cold and carrying when moving. Wash and let set out to dry and then place in dry woods dirt and use as needed.
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Re: gloves on the trap line !

I love them atlas therma fits. I keep a bunch in the truck in case I contaminate a set. But these keep me warm and best thing is they are washable
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Re: gloves on the trap line !

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I used rubber until I got smarter. Then I used cotton and used many pairs. One set for the dirt and handling items, one for traps (sometimes I used rubber for this), one pair for lures and scent, main pair for the cold and carrying when moving. Wash and let set out to dry and then place in dry woods dirt and use as needed.
Couldn't your dirt handling ones be the ones for your traps too?

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Re: gloves on the trap line !

When your gloves do get "contaminated" what do you use to remove the odors?

I was thinking baking soda & peroxide, then thoroughly rinse with water. Any disadvantage to that?

I have several pairs that i'd like to get back into action.
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When your gloves do get "contaminated" what do you use to remove the odors?

I was thinking baking soda & peroxide, then thoroughly rinse with water. Any disadvantage to that?

I have several pairs that i'd like to get back into action.
I like Natures Miracle and arm and hammer free and clear
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When your gloves do get "contaminated" what do you use to remove the odors?
Trash can.

Buy gripper gloves in bulk.
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Re: gloves on the trap line !

Anyone try "big game gut gloves?" They had a booth at the PTA rendezvous and advertise thru nta.
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post #10 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-21-2015, 11:10 PM Thread Starter
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Re: gloves on the trap line !

I was wearing rubber gloves for the last 4 years and switch to leather for this year to see the difference. Don't know if I made a mistake yet or not.
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