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Best Bodygrip Size for Otter

330's seem a little big to me for otter, what size bodygrip are you using for otter? 220, 280 or the 330's?
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Re: Best Bodygrip Size for Otter

I believe the 220 is illegal? I am going to snare mine.
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Re: Best Bodygrip Size for Otter

330 has caught lots of otter , as has the 220 . Just be prepared for one that's not dead . They are swift swimmers , and most that I've caught in a body grip have been by the hips . I've also snared several , released one a month ago , with proper conditions any trap will work in the right weather
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I believe the 220 is illegal? I am going to snare mine.
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They are legal. They are illegal for artificial cubbies.
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Re: Best Bodygrip Size for Otter

I've caught two in 330's. Worked great on both of them. Lol. My triggers were even bell shaped to prevent it.

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Re: Best Bodygrip Size for Otter

Caught 43 in 9 days last year. Mostly in 330's a few 280's out of necessity. 330's work just fine.

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