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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-24-2013, 12:59 AM Thread Starter
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They are calling for snow and this will be the first time I've had restraints out during/after a fresh snow. My question is, should I knock the snow off the restraints if it accumulates on the restraints or just let it go? I've been having a good year so far using them, I've caught 3 reds. I never caught a red in a foothold so that's why I think I'm having a good year. This is only my second year trapping, last year I got flustered with the fox and focused on coons. I caught 14 coons last year. I'd post pics of the reds but I can't figure out how to upload em onto this forum.

16/17 deer season:

Wet butt so far
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Re: CR question

I would not knock the snow off it will be good camo. The only thing you might have to do is adjust the height of the loop after the snow. Depending on the amount. The last snow we got I didn't bother and we got 3 inches, had a nice red in one the next morning.
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Re: CR question

Ok, Thank you!

16/17 deer season:

Wet butt so far
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