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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Mink and muskrat trapping on small rivers and creek. Body grip traps, mink boxes and footholds trapping video. Mink prices are getting higher every year it seems. So if you out raccoon, otter or beaver trapping, take the time to set a few mink traps on good-looking creeks and rivers. You are there already, the …
Beaver trapping knowledge, Beavers building a lodge. Do muskrats live in the beaver house with the beaver? Beaver move quickly out of their den holes, really?
To be a better beaver trapper, we all need to study our target animal. Videos are great, spending time out in the woods is better. This way we can study the land for a better trap location. You will even find some amazing video sources at your local library. This You Tube trapping video should …
Mink after muskrat and then some great footage of mink going in and out of water. Let the animal become the teacher.
Not sure if the mink is trying to catch the muskrat or not. If your into mink, it is interesting to see how the mink goes into and out of the water. As a mink trapper, you will have a hard time setting one or even two traps to cover a creek or river bank. …
Skinning and putting up Muskrats are not hard. The key is to learn the basic’s before you worry about speed. I know a lot of trappers are very competitive by nature, and they hear of guys that can skin and flesh of muskrat in a couple minutes. While this may be true, skinny and flushing …