Trap limit for beavers?
I was sitting here looking at different traps and the thought hit me that I should use a larger trap for mink/muskrat/raccoon while beaver season is in. Then I remembered the limit on beaver traps that can be set at any certain time. My question is, Other than 330's, how does the PGC officer know what the trap is set for? There is no limit to the size of trap we are allowed to use for mink/muskrat/raccoon other than the general 6.5" jaw spread. As long as the trap is attached to a drowner I'm not so concerned with having too large of a trap. A 6.5" spread should catch high enough on mink/muskrat that it will not damage their legs, and a raccoon will not have time to damage its own foot or fight the trap and cause any damage. I might be wrong though, never used a trap that large before, but was thinking about trapping beavers this year. Any thoughts on the subject?