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PostPosted: 06 Feb 2007, 20:52 
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In the northern part of the U.P. it gets COLD! One one of my beaver dams that i trap i noticed several type of dog tracks and a cat track. I juse made a cubby, threw a partridge in the back, put some Cat-Man-Do around it and set a #3 Bridger CS in front of it? Any suggestions all i've caught are snow drifts and upper respritory problems.


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PostPosted: 07 Feb 2007, 10:42 
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Give it some time they will come to it. might take a feather and nail it to at tree so it kindof moves around and flashes in the wind.

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PostPosted: 07 Feb 2007, 11:58 
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Just block of the entrances to your cubby and set a couple snares and you should be able to catch a cat, but I don't think your chances of catching a dog in that cubby is very likely. You could also just set snares on the trails that are near to the creek. That might produce a coyote.

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PostPosted: 07 Feb 2007, 21:40 
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ya i would set some snares and also set some coils under the snow around the dam. possible throw a carcas in the snow. other than that the only other way would be just make sets in the area off the ice. ur from brimley huh. im from powers North Central you guys play us in football and track.

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