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Offline Jonathan_S

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Re: Cage material question
« Reply #15 on: June 18, 2018, 01:56:06 PM »
To the hog panel colony trap idea it has been done. Works well Clint Locklear of predator control group and wolfernation has a YouTube video where he caught a beaver and otter with it. But his trap was 6 feet long super heavy and combersome to pack. He also built another one with clear doors and caught otter with it. I also remember someone on trapperman using hog panels and triggered non spring assisted doors as beaver traps and he swore by them

Yes it would seem for those people not named Kirk Dekalb, there aren’t many original ideas  :chuckle: no offense meant to other inventors
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Re: Cage material question
« Reply #16 on: June 22, 2018, 07:51:51 PM »
To the hog panel colony trap idea it has been done. Works well Clint Locklear of predator control group and wolfernation has a YouTube video where he caught a beaver and otter with it. But his trap was 6 feet long super heavy and combersome to pack. He also built another one with clear doors and caught otter with it. I also remember someone on trapperman using hog panels and triggered non spring assisted doors as beaver traps and he swore by them

Yes it would seem for those people not named Kirk Dekalb, there aren’t many original ideas  :chuckle: no offense meant to other inventors
Or Jim Comstock but hey never hurts to try something new! I've designed a few muskrat colony traps that worked pretty good so far

 


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