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...animal snares...

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by 7SFCW4, May 17, 2014.

  1. 7SFCW4

    7SFCW4 Out and About, Oregon Active Member

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    In the "...learn something new every day...." category, I've been reading the Reality Bites books by Bruce "Buckshot" Hemming. The topic was discussed about snaring / trapping larger game, from the perspective of keeping quiet. Very interesting...something I had not thought of or came across before...

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  2. Sabertooth

    Sabertooth Josephine County Active Member

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    Looks like some good reading and information. First of all if you think learning how to trap is easy, well it ain't. Them critters ain't as dumb as people think and they have really good smellers. If you are up wind of a critter and fart every animal a mile down wind will know you are there.
    Solod my first trap line at age 7. Only rule was stay on the farm. Penny a peace for every gopher I caught. Still got around 50 traps, no, not forsale.