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Adjam5

Been hammering the Raccoons

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From the evening I returned home from Texas. Jan 29th. The coons have been piling up, in a big way. Fat ones too!

Setting a few Z Traps and the conibear 220 in a bucket has been magic.

The season is only open for a few more days. So making the most of it.

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These were 2 and 3.

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Then these 2. Big Opposum. Never seen one this big. The other 2 are under snow, under these critters. See leg sticking out on top right?

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Then this guy. It chewed up my deer kart..

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Then this guy. Dancing. Must have been really good bait huh?

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Please excuse that sexy guy in his house shorts and boots. It was late and I was ready for bed.

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And one unintended victim. Eh...a invasive specie. A English Starling. Good riddance. Z Traps are push and pull trigger. So a Duke Dog proof would have been OK for this bird. They are only pull trigger.

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Looks like a pile of em. Good riddance and congrats.

Got a few 330's out for the beaver here. Shot 4 of them Wednesday afternoon in about an hour between the ice just before dark.

Wondered if a bucket type trap would work with yotes, mixed opinions on the net.

Gotta admit i got a little laugh out of the snow and shorts with boots pic.

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