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 Post subject: cable restraint classes
PostPosted: 29 Jan 2009, 08:19 
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when are they. cause i just bought a dozen whic i thought were beaver snares


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contact teh GC they can tell you i think... and your right beaver snares are different than the cable restraints

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PostPosted: 29 Jan 2009, 15:08 
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so is it illegal to use cable restraints for beavers?


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i have no answer for that but its not efficient. you can drown them with snare and the cable restraint has a breakaway device that we have to use on land durin the special season.

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THAT SUCKS! remember when i said abnout the beaver snares i bought! it turns out they are cable restraints :evil:


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Next class that I can find so far is on the 21 March in Tionesta, Forest County at the Tionesta Dam Visitor Center. Starts at 9:00 am and costs $15, must have I.D., and your fur takers license. There aren't any others that I can find on the calender as of yet. But I'm sure as the year goes on there will be more. Chuck

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There is another class in Lancaster County in March and you can find out more about it on the Game Commission website. About the 21st I think.

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happen to see anything on there for the somerset/cambria/westmoreland county area?

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can you check for colombia, northumberland, or schulkyll county?


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Check for yourselves on the Game Commission website, under education, then click on the calender. Keep clicking on the month in the top corner and find the classes for the different months, and where they are to be held.

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