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PostPosted: 12 Feb 2008, 18:31 
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Yes sir and it is always OUTDATED. I think I have caught "the bug" up here and so I'll probably be quiet for a day or two on the compputer. Later

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txtrapper wrote:
i would love to catch a bobcat it really is a beautiful animal.

do bobcat pelts stil have to be tagged?

Yes. they have to be tagged and you have to have a hunting lic to get them tagged. you can trap coyotes and bobcats year round with a hunting lic.

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Beaverboy, were you raised in north Texas? As I stated in the other site, I live in east Texas, but am originally from southeast Texas...Tyler and Hardin counties. My folks were from central west Texas. If you have been stringing steel for over 40 years, we should be near the same age. I started in 1959. I am 62 and a retired locomotive engineer. Good to see you on this Forum, we always like hearing from another view point.

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I'm 51 started in 69 trapping I've trapped in Ill. on the fox river and Ark. near the kanas and mo. ,okla border. I got my handle when we bought our farm when I was a kid my dad would tell neighbors along the creek that flooded with nearly every rain that if you had beaver on your creek I was the boy to call. therefore Beaverboy stuck. I learned to trap bev's cause I was tirded of repairing the back fence after every rain.
I've trapped every season I started my beaver control in the eighties part time with a few farmers and rancher ....got to get back to work more later..Charles

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I noticed on another site last night that Boom said you two lived in the same town. He sounds like he is ready to learn all there is to know about trapping. I wish more young men were that interested. There is another post on here somewhere titled something like, "How'd You Get Your Handle"...Your Beaverboy story would fit right in on that discussion. Any time you have any hints or tricks of the trade, post them....we have some folks wanting to better their skills.

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