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PostPosted: 01 Dec 2014, 15:15 
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Coons are pretty hard to neck snare. To be honest, I have seen only one guy that was able to do it consistently and he's not even on this sight. I don't care to snare coons, as they have a tendency to dig at the cable and lock and will pick the hair bald where they do this. Doesn't always happen, but does enough so I don't want to do it.

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PostPosted: 01 Dec 2014, 16:10 
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Backwoods you beat me to it lol yep them are osage orange, about the only tree in kansas lol jk

i did notice the burn mark left by the coon, i wasnt intentionally setting it for coon but i guess it worked.

I had a blast this season, maybe after i knock down some deer i might do some more K-9 trapping but i might be burnt out by then too. Got my kids in the woods with me a lot this season and they love it. almost every day my 3 year old daughter asks if we are "gonna catch/shoot the meany coons" and no joke gets upset if i tell her no.

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2 red fox (2 in dp's )
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2 coyote (1 give by bowhunter, 1 road kill)
7 skunk (7 to many)
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PostPosted: 08 Dec 2014, 15:57 
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I play a little with bow making. Not really a bowyer. We don't have Osage here.

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PostPosted: 14 Dec 2014, 19:42 
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So how bout it 2bird, back to trapping? Howd deer season go?

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