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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 12-25-2019, 08:47 AM Thread Starter
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This one was a little harder to tell cuz it was just a cluster of old tracks, this was at a different location. I’m surprised I’m gettin into them this much if fisher is the maker of the tracks
How many sets do you have out?
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post #22 of 25 (permalink) Old 12-25-2019, 01:09 PM Thread Starter
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How often do you have to wait a fisher out for ?

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It can take a while. Iíve seen where the woods were criss crossed with fisher tracks, and then you donít see any for a week or ten days. With our short season, itís beneficial to get some big baits out early to hold them in the area.
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Fishers have claws that do not retract and will be noticed in tracks. Bobcats do have claws that retract and usually are not seen in their tracks.
You will be lucky to have a fisher work your sets more than once or twice due to our short season. Good luck!!
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Fishers have claws that do not retract and will be noticed in tracks. Bobcats do have claws that retract and usually are not seen in their tracks.
You will be lucky to have a fisher work your sets more than once or twice due to our short season. Good luck!!
Thanks !! I’ll need it !

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