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    Hello My Names Danny

    I am a Sheetmetal works out of Local 66.

    Glad we have a trapping section on the farm now. Well here are some from this last season that ended March 31, 2018 and some WCO Work during the summer until now. Here in Washington it’s mostly cage trapping except for nuisance wildlife if they can’t be caught in cages. We can put in for permits to use footholds and Conibears.

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    #117984

    Here are a little more pictures

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    Clayton Bolton
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    Save a tree & eat a beaver. Nice sets. Wish legholds & conibears were still legal in Cali

    #118010

    Thanks. Cage trapping only here in Washington except under permit for  nuisance damage job. I make my own trap swim throughs using conibear triggers. Pretty much make call my trap. That big one I made for somebody it measures 26 by 28×6′ he has a spring-loaded doors with 2 locking rings. The trigger system uses the conibear style trigger. All my swim through is my cat traps everything’s made that way.

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    #118014

    Just one more with my dog next to it

    #118016

    Biggest trap ever made using conibear trigger

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