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Discussion in 'Trapping/Furbearing' started by 76_michael, Feb 16, 2018.
Well traps soaking in river paided off today coouple big beavers today . 44 lbs and 54 lbs .
Goodins. They bringing anything ? Do you cook them ? I helped my exwifes grandpa make a few sets for beaver many years ago. He had never caught one and wanted to. I think we put 3 sets on slides with the wire run out to deep water with an L shaped slide that would drown them. Those traps soaked for quite awhile before he caught one. I wasn't with him. He pulled them after he accomplished the catch.
Yeah beaver good eating .
Going to start on them here in the next day or 2. Spring is the easiest time to catch them and the castor is worth as much or more than the pelts.
Good going Michael. I need a young man to pack them to the truck for me like you have lol.
nice catch! go get 'em!
Good going. I think you made your boy hold the heaviest one from the grimace on his face.
Makes me hungry!
Nice! How big was the castors?
Not real big
Them some fatties.
Nice catches, kills, finds whatever!
I noticed the beaver off the Mo. river have bigger and fuller castors than those of the smaller rivers and creeks. Not sure why but it has always been that way for me. I caught 3 yesterday and 2 today. One of the ones this morning had probably a quarter pound castor.
The title to this thread is very misleading. I was expecting pictures of something different!
Yeah I was kinda expecting another wal mart youtube video
Boys face says it all, I need to get another big one just to keep the pelt, always wanted one for a kids blanket.