Often times a caught female will have bite marks on her flanks from the male as he tries to get her moving from the catch site. A new trapper I had been mentoring just caught a very nice female the other day. The males tracks showed he stayed a while. I asked him if there were any bite marks on her back legs. He had not skinned her yet. Later he called to say there were several bite marks on the back of the back legs. I learned this from a Mark June demo at a PTA rendezvous. Thanks for the video Hern.
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