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post #11 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-25-2013, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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Re: how are reds lookin??

I gotta think of a way to transport my hay/straw clear to camp! Dont usually use bales...usually sweep up the barn floors....i think the scent of barn cats, mice, birds, etc make it even better....and its all pretty fine stuff that fell off the bales...

Can pack a plastic tote full i reckon...or find a crappy bale or 2 to take..
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post #12 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-25-2013, 08:30 PM
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Re: how are reds lookin??

pile the hay up on a tarp, then roll it up and ratchet strap it? or if you have enough totes that would be even better.
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Re: how are reds lookin??

I move every 6 months or so for work....i LIVE out of plastic totes......

And, if there is snow on the ground, i can tie a rope to it and throw my buckets inside and start walkin!

Really dont need a ton...not setting a huge line..a big tote packed full will be enough i think...then i will get access to another hot spot or 2 and be catchin fur like crazy and wish i had more....so i will take 2 totes lol...can always leave excess in a garbage bag under camp for next time or for when i need bedding for the dog box when i got my buddy up with me...
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post #14 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-25-2013, 10:16 PM
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Re: how are reds lookin??

Sorry to sound stupid, but what does it mean if they are rubbed?

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Re: how are reds lookin??

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Sorry to sound stupid, but what does it mean if they are rubbed?
I've posted this picture a time or two in the past. This is a very rubbed fox

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Re: how are reds lookin??

Ok thank you, so is it pretty much worthless or will you get a little for them?

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Re: how are reds lookin??


this one doesn't look to bad, from two nights ago
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Re: how are reds lookin??

I just got one tonite and she's a perfect cherry!!!

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Re: how are reds lookin??

Heck rain man, thats just a fine example of a PA frosty rump! Lol looks fairly normal..atleast the fox ive seen typically have a frosty rump here..

Guess the front shoulder area may be rubbed too though upon 2nd glance...hard to tell in that pic...
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Re: how are reds lookin??

Mauser, almost every single guard hair is gone right behind the shoulder. All you can see is the undercoat. Its easy to see in that picture....there is a 2-3 inch strip of missing guard hair. It was badly rubbed, and the price reflected that.
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