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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by BillFromPa, Jan 4, 2012.

  1. WildNatureLuver

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  2. gatrapper

    gatrapper New Member

    Headed out to check traps now.

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  3. BearB8

    BearB8 Active Member

    Some nice lookin critters here guys. Love the cats. I should have a cat tag next fall. Only a 7 year wait. :-\

    Chris, Nice job on the coyotes this season. I came up empty this year. I missed a couple due to freezing rain and some my fault. I needed better supports. Still had a ball trying though. .....Jeff
     
  4. WildNatureLuver

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    Trapping season is over here in Pennsylvania except for beaver in till the end of March, going to be a long hot summer. Nothing better then checking your traps in the morning to see what is waiting for you , like everyday is Christmas .
     
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  6. More beavers this weekend. 3 beavers and 2 rats. Got another beaver today and snared my first coyote today. Will post latter.
     

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  7. bmdakk

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    Good Deal Mark, You are slaying the beavers this season. and still a Month to go. Keep it up. good job!!!
     
  8. Sorry -no pics. But this is the first year trying snares and got 7 coyotes off our farm in the last 2 weeks. I can't believe how effective snaring is. Plus I shot one last night off my bait pile at 10 pm. This full moon is great. ;D

    Bruce
     
  9. My first ever coyote. Took him with a snare yesterday. And beaver # 21. 56 pounder my best yet.
     

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  10. Congrats on them yotes BuckNet I hope to get batter on the yotes next season.
     
  11. Here in MN you can hang them off a fence. There is a 3/4 mile long barb wire fence splitting our farm in two. CRP fields on both sides of the fence. I have 25+ snares hanging off the lower wire on every rabbit trail/coyote trail on that section of fence. They have to run the gauntlet across our farm. ;D
     
  12. Bill Yox

    Bill Yox Well-Known Member

    Bruce Im surprised the coyotes havent already heard what a killer you are and avoid your farm!
     
  13. Nice we can hang them here in Wv to. That is how I took that coyote this week.
     
  14. Beavers 23 & 24 today. Along with a coon and rat.
     

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  15. Daniel M.

    Daniel M. Tongo, the best dog in the world. (Saarloos)

    Some of the coons from yesterday, saved a couple for l/s

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  16. Very nice lookin coons. The season here is out all but beavers. I got 2 coons week before last both where rubbed real bad.
     
  17. 5 more yesterday. 2 over 50 lbs.
     

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  18. sterling

    sterling My son and my 2011 Moose

    A picture of a friend's catch here in Maine.

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  19. 3bears

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    sterling that is a bunch of bear bait there.
     
  20. I hated skinning even one beaver. Can't even imagine doing a truckload.

    Bruce