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Category Archive: otter

Sep
25

Otter trapping, to trap and catch more otter, study the animal

Otter trapping unlike any other animal does not come down to trap sets, otter snares, body grip traps or even blind sets with foothold traps. Otter trapping is about knowing the otter itself. As a trapper you must know the animal you are trapping, but few are more complicated to get your head around, the …

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Apr
05

How to trap otter on a beaver dam cross over using a 330 body grip with Norm

 How to trap otter on a beaver dam cross over using a 330 body grip with Norm In the trapping videoNorm Blackwell show us what to look for and how to set up a beaver dam to catch otter with a 330 body grip trap. He gives advice on where to look and how to …

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Jan
30

Trapping and catching Muskrats in 220 bodygrip traps, why? To trap more otter!

catching otter while muskrat trapping

Trapping and catching Muskrats in 220 bodygrip traps, why? To trap more otter! by Clint Locklear If you are muskrat trapping and you have otter in the area and its legal to trap the otter, think about using 22o body grips over 110′s. I know that 110 body grip traps have been the standard for …

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Jan
26

Clint Locklear looking for mink, otter and badger glands, make more money on your catch

buying selling otter glands

Clint Locklear looking for mink, otter and badger glands, make more money on your catch I am looking for otter, mink and badger glands from trappers. Due to the increase in my lure business I am looking trappers or dealers that have or will be catching mink, badger or otter this season. I will pay $200 …

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Dec
21

Otter and Beaver trapping with Foothold Traps, a trapping video with Clint Locklear

Otter and Beaver trapping with Foothold Traps, a trapping video with Clint Locklear

Aug
23

Otter and Raccoon trapping with 220 body grip trap wire box instead of solid bucket

Otter and raccoon trapping with a wire cage box instead of a solid bucket or solid wood box. I have heard from a trapper we all know that this a great way to go for otter and raccoon. The trapper that told me about the gentlemen in the video and wire 220 wire box is …

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Jul
27

Catching Otter in the spring, using holes in old beaver dams.

If you look closely,  you will find holes in a lot of dams that you can catch both otter and beaver in. I have noticed on a few beaver control jobs in the summer that beaver will keep these holes open if they are in areas that are spring fed and have a lot of …

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Apr
21

How to catch more otter with footholds in creeks. This will work because the otter can not get over 10 inches of expanded pans, This is fast and deadly.

Apr
20

Catching otter with 220 bodygrip (conibear) traps. Clint sets the 220 on a trail that leads to a pond from the creek.

Apr
20

Finding some otter sign on the bank of a river. If you can’t find where they are coming out of the water it is had to catch otter.