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Trapping Pics.

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First Coyote Ever Trapped

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Second Red this year.

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Today's Caught

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Are those beavers even close to prime yet? Or are you just after them for pest control?

Great job on the coyote and fox. They are not easy to catch.

Randy

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The beaver's up here seem to be pretty good, i skin and strech the fox and coyote, and there is just a tinge of blue left in tthem, so i'd say from now thru Mid december is the time to get them before they get rubbed, Wish i had another week of trapping before deer hunting, kinda spoils it, but hope to get out after that for spme otters, beaver, and if its nice enough some more fox traps.

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Kiddo's first Beav's on Sunday morning. Makes my heart soar!

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Craig

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Nice pics, you boys are getting after it pretty early. I am suprised they are that prime already. WHen I was down there fox would not prime up real well until early December. Up here it is the last week in November for fox. What were the beaver like?

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Very nice!!!

Did you get them around home?

A. Shae

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Anyone hearing any early price info yet?

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anyone have a chart showing when the furbearers come into prime?

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how do you setup (traps) for coyotes???

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I got those within 10 miles of my home. I am not sure what you are refering to as in setting up the traps. I used a dirthole for the fox and another variation of it for the coyote. I did get another fox earlier, but didn't have the camera, tommorow is the last day until after deer hunting, hope to have a pic for ya.

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