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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-22-2019, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a trapper

Need an experienced trapper to trap some areas around Washingtonville in Montour County. Please PM if you are interested. Fox, coon, opossum, mink. Some muskrat.

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Lynn, give your buddy Pete Rake a call. He can do or know of someone that can.

For that advice yu can pay mein mink pelts.

Thanks in advance.

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Lynn, give your buddy Pete Rake a call. He can do or know of someone that can.

For that advice yu can pay mein mink pelts.

Thanks in advance.

Dean Conklin

Unfortunately, Pete passed away a few months ago.


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Lynn, I PM'd you with the guy you need to talk to.


He will catch what you need caught.


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Sorry to hear about Pete. Only met him once when our son rode back to college with Megan to Cobleskill.

Seemed like a good guy and very informative when talking about trapping.

I prefer my kid hunt and fish rather than steal and deal,
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Sorry to hear about Pete, he was a good guy.

Rest In Peace.
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Need an experienced trapper to trap some areas around Washingtonville in Montour County. Please PM if you are interested. Fox, coon, opossum, mink. Some muskrat.
I have been told by More than a few people, that Possums kill more ticks than any other animal is the woods. With the real chance of Lyme disease, might be best to release all the Possums.
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I have been told by More than a few people, that Possums kill more ticks than any other animal is the woods. With the real chance of Lyme disease, might be best to release all the Possums.
Possums don't target Ticks as hunting them down. They may eat them when grooming.
Possums target eggs, rabbit nests, roadkills, carrion, livestock feed and such. They eat mainly eggs & meat.
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