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Is there a single manual/book that would cover most trapping it scenarios? Or does someone need to get a manual/book that covers, let's say bobcats or beaver, to learn exactly what is needed?
There are larger number of beavers in the state then I can remember going back for years. I'd like to try my hand at it....but I'm really unsure as to exactly what I "need".... Don't want to buy a lot of useless stuff, and get no results from it.

Are there any beaver trapping guys near Cabot, Arkansas? Someone willing to answer some questions or possibly let me assist them on an outing(running their trap line)....probably learn more that way over reading a book...twice.




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Thanks, I'll look for it(the book).


Anything else?




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Beaver are one of my main targets.I catch 95% of my beaver in castor mound sets of my making,using 330s.
If you have questions,I will be glad to try and answer them.
Most beaver,are no harder then a muskrat to catch.
Tom
 
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