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Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Somerset County, PA
Re: New Trapper in Souteast Pa
As Pennsylvania residents, we are very lucky to have a wealth of public land open to hunting and trapping. Depending on where you live, public land is sometimes the way to go. I trap almost all public land. I fortunate to live next to a 13,000 acre State Forest. To the south of that is a 9,0000 acre State Game land and to the north another 3,000 acre State Game Land. Also coal company property which is also open to public hunting and trapping. But, one thing to know about public land, you are sharing that property with other trappers, hunters and people walking their pets. That being said, you need to be real cautious of where sets are made and checking traps well before daylight is a real good idea in these types of areas.
I wish you the best of luck this season.
The horizon is your starting point.