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Well guys trapping season is a mere weeks away and I decided to get started early by targeting some beaver for a farmer here in the area. Now these particular rodents are tearing up the mans corn fields. To the point that he is losing acres in row crop. Since beaver can be trapped year round in TN, I got started with snaring on the creek bank in the runs that border the corn.
I set up my snares with a 9 inch loop 2 inches off the ground right where the run came up the bank the the field. I anchored them with a earth anchors right at the base of my support wire. The particular support that I used was made out of a wooden stake with two holes drilled into the upper part with a length of #9 wire fed through.
The first check day revealed a huge 65 pound beaver with all other snares being knocked down. I honestly couldn’t understand why I was getting all the knock downs in the runs. On the reset, I opened the snares to a 10 inch loop at 2 inches off the ground, thinking maybe the snares were too small for such large beaver. The next days check found two more 65 pounders in the snares! One was a perfect neck catch while the other was by the back foot.
The farmer was ecstatic with the catches and asked that I continue trapping on his other farms. To say this was a successful week is an understatement! Tight chains and take a kid trapping!