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You want a front foot catch, imo. That way you can drown in less water as their head will be pointed down with their front foot being in the trap and at the end of the drowning cable. Plus the front foot is easier to get completely in the trap. Their hind feet are huge and if you're not using a big trap and they're not completely in it, they can get out.

Yes, if caught by a front foot they have the use of their hind legs to power out. I still prefer to catch them by the front foot.
 
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