Anyone ever get nipped by a trap while out hunting or hiking? I was out scouting a new spot in Saddle Mtn. unit Friday and went to check a trail cam. Halfway up the old skid I notice several twigs placed across the trail-obviously done by a human. Took a second to see the actual trap, a 5 or 6 inch round jaw trap. Kind of disconcerting to be wandering around on trails and really having to be aware there are traps on the trails. Can anybody with a trapping license fill me in on trapping etiquette? Are you supposed to mark the traps or do you just have to be looking for the little twigs in a row that I guess are to guide the animal to put their foot on the trap, not on the twigs. If you got bit by a trap what would you do?