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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-02-2012, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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Trapping for the year. (New Spots)

I got sets out a little late because of work with my house, job, and just trying to get settled in. (moved into the new house on thanksiving) with deer season fast approaching I didnt get to set until 12/18/11.

So far the count goes
0 coyotes
2 reds
2 large coons
6 grinners
1 skunk
3 dogs(two are our farm dogs- 1 neighbors)
1 cat

Any advice on trapping new locations???
Thanks in advance!

Trapping a whole new area because of the move.
here's a few pics







Furthermore, I got a hat made last year from Theresa at TNT Fur Buyers... It definately is a topic of convo.


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-02-2012, 06:38 PM
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Re: Trapping for the year. (New Spots)

nice catches.my only tip would be to wait for snow, then you'll know where they like to travel.but for now just keep at it
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Re: Trapping for the year. (New Spots)

This year snow is hard to come by and that [censored]! Hopefully we can get some of the powdery stuff.....

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