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Grizzly Adams lives!! I'm amazed by the number of people responding to this thread that have (or claim to have) done some trapping! Maybe it's the circles I live in, but I can't think of one person I've ever met who has set an animal trap of any kind. I kind assumed it was a lost art. Trap on.



It's the World Wide Web. Not each and every participant lives in the city. A pretty diversified mix of folks visit, so why would one assume that only people like them would be the only other posters?

There are too many little facts in the OP to even be plausible, let alone probable. However possible it may seem, some of us just cannot bite, having been raised and spent our lives around such things.

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Grizzly Adams lives!! I'm amazed by the number of people responding to this thread that have (or claim to have) done some trapping! Maybe it's the circles I live in, but I can't think of one person I've ever met who has set an animal trap of any kind. I kind assumed it was a lost art. Trap on.

City folk, lol. I'm a suburban type professional now, but I grew up roaming the woods in central BFE. My story is pretty common. I bet you can't change a tire or build a moonshine still either Tongue


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dynosore wrote:
csproul wrote:
Grizzly Adams lives!! I'm amazed by the number of people responding to this thread that have (or claim to have) done some trapping! Maybe it's the circles I live in, but I can't think of one person I've ever met who has set an animal trap of any kind. I kind assumed it was a lost art. Trap on.

City folk, lol. I'm a suburban type professional now, but I grew up roaming the woods in central BFE. My story is pretty common. I bet you can't change a tire or build a moonshine still either Tongue
Can you skin a buck and set a trot line?


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dynosore wrote:
csproul wrote:
Grizzly Adams lives!! I'm amazed by the number of people responding to this thread that have (or claim to have) done some trapping! Maybe it's the circles I live in, but I can't think of one person I've ever met who has set an animal trap of any kind. I kind assumed it was a lost art. Trap on.

City folk, lol. I'm a suburban type professional now, but I grew up roaming the woods in central BFE. My story is pretty common. I bet you can't change a tire or build a moonshine still either Tongue
I didn't exactly grow up in the city, but I'm no hick/redneck/hillbilly either. I got the tire and still thing down (not for moonshine, but have built them as a chemist). I even dabbled in elk hunting for a few years when I lived in CO, but I guess I've never known anyone who did any trapping. Maybe it's an east coast thing? I don't remember much talk of trapping in CO.


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dynosore wrote:
csproul wrote:
Grizzly Adams lives!! I'm amazed by the number of people responding to this thread that have (or claim to have) done some trapping! Maybe it's the circles I live in, but I can't think of one person I've ever met who has set an animal trap of any kind. I kind assumed it was a lost art. Trap on.

City folk, lol. I'm a suburban type professional now, but I grew up roaming the woods in central BFE. My story is pretty common. I bet you can't change a tire or build a moonshine still either Tongue
I didn't exactly grow up in the city, but I'm no hick/redneck/hillbilly either. I got the tire and still thing down (not for moonshine, but have built them as a chemist). I even dabbled in elk hunting for a few years when I lived in CO, but I guess I've never known anyone who did any trapping. Maybe it's an east coast thing? I don't remember much talk of trapping in CO.

This might help a little - skip ahead to 2:14...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcsXC2xFis4


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ok guys. Let's try to keep it civil. There's a couple of posts that have been reported as attacks. Although I don't see anything too serious, I definitely see some that are borderline. Let's try to treat people in the thread as we would were we standing in front of them having a conversation.

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