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Trapping Pics

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Lets start some catch and set pics. I enjoyed looking through them last year.

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I think your right Poutpro. It's time to get going. Fishermann has some thawing temps up in Alaska slowing him down and I have a little hunting trip coming up soon, and then we plan to get after it. I think the fur should be looking pretty good by now. Lets see some pic's you guys.

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i think you guys are right!!!

so here you go

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Grey Fox first in a leg hold

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Coon i got about ten more of those too

missed some yotes

caught alot of possum

AND THEN!!!!!

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BOBCATS MY FIRST ONE!!! and i taught my pa and he caught his first too i must have taught him well!!!!

3 days 2 cats!!!!

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Way to go on those bobcats!! I saw my first one this year near hinckley. Man I would love to do that.

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Where are you trapping the cats? Well done young man, well done

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Nice job XHC, you are on a roll.

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Teal i am trappin in pine co north of hinckley.. thanks everyone its a blast i knew that this year was gonna be amazing and i feel as if it just began i just hope it all keeps up,

how are you all doin??

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