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Trapline Photos 2015-2016 (All are welcome to post)

Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by nswiken, Nov 9, 2015.

  1. Lots of them here in south east MN! Some go for $60. 2 years ago averaged $40.
     
  2. Doylestudio

    Doylestudio Active Member

    Great pictures Brian! Love those AZ critters. Super jealous...:)

    Mike
     

  3. BrianHendricks

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    Some fresh new southern Arizona critters.
     

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  4. BrianHendricks

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    This one's closer WA. Just a little too much white on top , eh ?
     

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  5. wa

    wa Thanks John...this depicts me better

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    Those are nice Great job on getting them
     
  6. byrdman

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    got a double on the same creek on wed...lol...today same trap held another identical size pike
     

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  7. Brian

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    Cool catches pat.can u keep the pike or does the dnr want you to dispose of it?
     
  8. byrdman

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    no size limit so can be kept I guess...no different than a tip up
     
  9. BrianHendricks

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    A few more greys, but no pike here.
     

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  10. Doug B

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    Been a slow season here, only my second Red .

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  11. BrianHendricks

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    Wow Doug ! What a dandy ! Did mange go through your area?
     
  12. BrianHendricks

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    Got a really nice Hooded skunk today.
     

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  13. Doug B

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    Thanks Brian
    I caught a coyote with it but that's the only sign of it so far this year.
     
  14. BrianHendricks

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    Yeah, still catching skunks !
     

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  15. Doug B

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    Another MT Red. This one is very pale in color.

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  16. BrianHendricks

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    Yeah, almost blonde and very little black on the legs. Nice and fluffy too ! I'm thinking you're a bit of a diehard.
     
  17. Doug B

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    Thanks Brian

    Don't know about diehard, we live on 40 acres that sits about a mile of the road.
    All my sets are on this ground, most can be checked with Binoculars in the day or with a spotlight in the dark. Most from the house and driveway.
    The fox in the last pick was about 100 yards from the house and 30 yards off the driveway.
    It's not really any hard work, just catching what come through.
     
  18. BrianHendricks

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    That's cool Doug , it's still the commitment of keeping sets working through the winter. Good job ! We know how that goes, the day you don't is the day they come through.
     

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  19. wa

    wa Thanks John...this depicts me better

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    wow nice
     
  20. FrontierFurs

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    I don't post much on this site anymore but trapline photos are always fun :) Here's a couple of my recent catches. Coyotes and my very first bobcat!


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