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How to trap raccoons in snow, ice and cold on Trapping TV
on May 19, 2014 at 1:24 pm / in Land trapping, raccoon trapping, Trapping TV, Uncategorized

How to trap raccoons in snow, ice and cold on Trapping TV

This week on Trapping TV we are showing how to trap and catch raccoon when it’s below freezing, ice and cold. For the trapper that understands what raccoons do in the cold weather, the season is much longer than most trappers think it is. Big boar raccoon are the money animal and they are out in force looking for a girlfriend. […]

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How to trap coyotes is cold weather, frozen ground and Tim Woods on Trapping TV this week
on May 9, 2014 at 11:16 pm / in coyote trapping, Trapping TV

How to trap coyotes is cold weather, frozen ground and Tim Woods on Trapping TV this week

Are you having trouble catching and trapping coyotes in snow and frozen ground? This week on Trapping TV Mike Kimble and Scott Adams cover this topic. They show you how they freeze proof their coyote traps. You will see first hand how they make flat sets for coyotes in frozen ground. We also have an interview with Tim Woods about […]

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Trapping beaver with Foothold Traps, body grip traps, ice and snow, thoughts from Dustin Drews
on February 3, 2014 at 5:32 pm / in beaver trapping, water trapping

Trapping beaver with Foothold Traps, body grip traps, ice and snow, thoughts from Dustin Drews

Last week I started focusing on beaver trapping. Now I am going to be honest, right now in Nebraska beaver are no fun. We have over a foot of ice on most of the creeks and all the ponds are rock solid. Now I am not a great beaver trapper but I have learned a few things here and there over the […]

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How to trap raccoons in snow and cold weather with dog proof traps and foot hold traps
on January 21, 2014 at 11:30 pm / in dog proof trapping, raccoon trapping

How to trap raccoons in snow and cold weather with dog proof traps and foot hold traps

    by Jason A. Webster A lot of people think as soon as the snow starts to fly it is time to hang up the raccoon traps. They think the raccoons are all hibernating until spring or somehow they have moved to a warmer climate. I am going to explain to you why this is not the case and help […]

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