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Mink trapping with a 110

Can I make an artificial cubby and set a coni at the enterance like with rocks along the creek or is it smarter to dig in a pocket set and coni the enterance
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Re: Mink trapping with a 110

I read up on this earlier in the year in the book I'm not 100% sure but If its under water then you can place the trap infront of the cubby but if its out of the water it must be in a established waterway so like on the bank I'm guessing and the trap must be back 7" from the opening. Don't quote me I'd double check the booklet you get with your hunting tags there is a section just on cubby holes.

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Re: Mink trapping with a 110

A cubby would work with a #110 so would a pocket. I would use a #11/2 foot hold instead that way you could hold a coon also. You could also use the bottom edge set if you can find the right location.
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