I came by some #1 could with double jaws from sleepy Creek and was wondering if these would make good drowner traps for coon if set for a front paw catch. I've trapped for years but never with traps this small. They seem solid enough to me but the size worries me. I got them in a auction with a bunch of other stuff.
I think a strong #1 trap holds as good and better then some of the bigger ones anchor it right and if you have enough water to do the job you should be golden then, SC makes a solid trap! IMO Welcome to ATT
Post by mountaincoyotetn on Oct 10, 2018 9:50:20 GMT -5
Good morning all, to all of you throughout the SE US, keep your heads down, our thoughts are with you, it will be a mother storm. Hi to everyone, chomping at the bit here to get started, have a new pond to trap, about 3 acres behind beaver dam, water maybe waste deep in places. So may get a few beaver this time. Good luck to all this season.
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them old No. 1 DLS can't remember what they were called -[ 11?] were great on coon and mink .. then the victor 1 1/2 came out and sold all of them .. kinda/sorta wished I kept them -- just the single long spring 1 with a double jaw was a good rat trap -D-
Last Edit: Oct 11, 2018 19:59:46 GMT -5 by dtraper