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Water Trapping #2578898
09/14/18 03:06 AM
09/14/18 03:06 AM
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[img]https://imgur.com/a/ybD2GPS[/img]

I've never done any water trapping, but looks like it may be time to start. This picture was taken in front of the house yesterday.

Last edited by Turkey; 09/14/18 03:07 AM.
Re: Water Trapping [Re: Turkey] #2578915
09/14/18 05:24 AM
09/14/18 05:24 AM
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Don't start or you will stay broke buying traps!

Re: Water Trapping [Re: Turkey] #2579082
09/14/18 09:11 AM
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330 Connibear

Plenty of naysayers on here that like more complicated setups for beavers but I have still not found one I couldn't catch in a Connibear..... I'm going to qualify that by saying "eventually". I've had one or two left in a hole that were difficult to get but they all got pinched in the end.

They are a beaver. They aren't smarter than you are. Time is on your side if you aren't doing this for money.

Re: Water Trapping [Re: Turkey] #2584687
09/19/18 11:40 PM
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Ourtown, AL
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All beaver must die. gun

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"Nope,no sir I'd dig ditches with a plastic shovel before I'd do that...."
Re: Water Trapping [Re: Turkey] #2622553
10/29/18 07:58 PM
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Tail eats good

Re: Water Trapping [Re: Turkey] #2622753
10/30/18 05:00 AM
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If you catch some you might look into getting them tanned and selling them lots of people like them for decorations. You could make a little money

Re: Water Trapping [Re: ParrotHead89] #2622958
10/30/18 09:32 AM
10/30/18 09:32 AM
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Originally Posted by ParrotHead89
If you catch some you might look into getting them tanned and selling them lots of people like them for decorations. You could make a little money


Lol! You ever skint a beaver?

I have and I can promise you that it isn't worth the effort!


Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience. Emerson
Re: Water Trapping [Re: North40R] #2624097
10/31/18 11:25 AM
10/31/18 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by North40R
Originally Posted by ParrotHead89
If you catch some you might look into getting them tanned and selling them lots of people like them for decorations. You could make a little money


Lol! You ever skint a beaver?

I have and I can promise you that it isn't worth the effort!


X2 I trapped and sold fur for fun money all through high school and realized very quickly that southern beavers weren't worth fooling with for money unless you get a landowner who wants to pay you to remove them.

Re: Water Trapping [Re: Turkey] #2624116
10/31/18 11:50 AM
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Back when I was in Jr High and High school I did yes. We you use to make good money off the stuff

Re: Water Trapping [Re: North40R] #2624750
11/01/18 05:52 AM
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Fayetteville, Tennessee
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Originally Posted by North40R
Originally Posted by ParrotHead89
If you catch some you might look into getting them tanned and selling them lots of people like them for decorations. You could make a little money


Lol! You ever skint a beaver?

I have and I can promise you that it isn't worth the effort!

That’s the truth! I bet you could light an old oil lamp with all the blubber and slippery oil under the fur of a beaver.


"Here, take this land mine and protect your property with it."
-Ron Swanson
Re: Water Trapping [Re: North40R] #2628768
11/05/18 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by North40R
Originally Posted by ParrotHead89
If you catch some you might look into getting them tanned and selling them lots of people like them for decorations. You could make a little money


Lol! You ever skint a beaver?

I have and I can promise you that it isn't worth the effort!



Damn Hank, you are getting old if you are saying beaver isn’t worth the effort


Carrying a gun isn't comfortable; but at times it is comforting

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Re: Water Trapping [Re: Avengedsevenfold] #2629331
11/05/18 06:42 PM
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[quote=Avengedsevenfold


Damn Hank, you are getting old if you are saying beaver isn’t worth the effort [/quote]

Grown folks are talking boy! Go play with your Legos.


Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience. Emerson

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