Spent the day sifting and mixing dry dirt and peat moss for the beginning of the season. Have 30 gallons and shooting for 30 more before I call it a useable amount. Feels good to get things going and picking up some new land too boot.
Glad to see I'm not the only one that had to start doing something. Have most of mine boiled off and still sitting in the die, just need to heat them up and wax. Then at least ill have traps ready anyway.
Got my traps tweaked today with the assistance of Jason from Leakway's, I mainly watched! Lol. If y'all in the York area you should drop in on Jason, stand up guy!! Next week I plan on die and waxing em, if I get a few hours! Starting to get excited!!!
I'm ahead of schedule on dying and waxing and painting traps. Most years I don't do the dying until around labor day.
Still need to pre-sift more dirt and there is always more scouting to do.
Need to put together cable stakes.
Making some mink boxes to try.
Work is never done!