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 Post subject: full time job
PostPosted: 14 Jan 2007, 14:06 
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most all are employed full time I only know of 1 make that 2 guys that trap full time and only one really does trap all year . I really think that all would rather trap full time in the fall . I find myself thinking of trapping while at work and sometimes do things that will help like making drounder locks or on break I will fix traps welding or putting new triggers on them if they need it . Work has lots of welders and nice ones so welding what I need is good. actually makes the traps that are spot welded better. Always dreaming of making sets or catching somthing waiting for 330 to roll around so I can hurry and check them. I have lots of missed catches because they pull out before I get off work but thats where I have been working on to keep them in the trap. How many wish they could take off two or three monthes to trap or how many do or are you a full time trapper?

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PostPosted: 14 Jan 2007, 15:02 
Nope. I'm not. Wish I could be, but Massachusetts makes it hard to try and pull that off. John's going to try thogh, and more power to him. Personally, I prefer to spend all day saving animals (working at Petsmart) so I can come home and kill them. MWAHAHAHAHAHA.


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PostPosted: 15 Jan 2007, 18:18 
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what a dream but every body has 1 to keep them chugging along i wonder if you would get tired of it like a job



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PostPosted: 15 Jan 2007, 20:29 
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I'm not even close but wish I could try. With my baby going off to college next year I'm going to take lay-off Nov.-Jan and try it full time. But man I got a lot of stuff to buy before then.


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