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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-22-2013, 09:32 PM Thread Starter
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220 coni bucket sets for coon in waterway

are we permitted to use a 220 in a bucket set for coon in waterways ????????
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Re: 220 coni bucket sets for coon in waterway

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Re: 220 coni bucket sets for coon in waterway

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Re: 220 coni bucket sets for coon in waterway

What other coni can be used effectively on coon ?
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Re: 220 coni bucket sets for coon in waterway

160,155 can be used with good results...but better read up on the laws of PA before you go setting them...
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Re: 220 coni bucket sets for coon in waterway

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Re: 220 coni bucket sets for coon in waterway

160's are legal in a waterway, but imo there's better ways to catch coon, and your just asking for trouble unless you got access to spots that are definitely not going to have pets around.
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Re: 220 coni bucket sets for coon in waterway

the bucket set with a coni is a very productive set , throw the bait and lure in the back and bingo , i dont want to loose this in my arsenal ... i will try the 160's!!
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Re: 220 coni bucket sets for coon in waterway

Just make sure you have those buckets set up to meet the opening and recess measurements.

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Re: 220 coni bucket sets for coon in waterway

The opening on cubbies can not be any larger then 50 sq. inches and got to be setting back 7 inches from the opening

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