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PostPosted: 18 Oct 2016, 18:32 
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Location: N.E Tennessee
This will be my first year trapping, The older leg traps that were left here when I bought my home are ready to dye, and my new conibears, both 110's, and 220's will be ready to dye in a couple more weeks. I would like to get a live trap for use closer to homes, ect, and because of neighbors cat I don't want to kill, but don't know what size to get or the brand name of a decent one. I do have a local tractor supply that has them, but don't want to buy junk that won't last either. Any advise would be appreciated. Size would be for coon, and skunks.


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PostPosted: 18 Oct 2016, 19:40 
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No matter where you buy cage traps, you are going to pay for them. If you are handy with a saw and a screw gun, they really aren't that hard to make.

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