Good to see you back around Rick. I'm happy to hear you're staying busy, and enjoying the taxidermy. Also good to here about the tanning units! 8) Stick around, we've missed your face........Ok, maybe not your face :shock: but definately your text.
OK Rick. Got ya added to the Moderators now. We had a heck of a thunderstorm roll thru and I lost my satellite signals for both TV and Computer. Went to eat and then watched some TV when the storm let up. Just now remembered I hadn't added you. Hey if it weren't for CRS I'd have no memory at all.
Glad to see you're back. Hope the puter hangs in there for you as you've missed a lot. From Newt's pink truck to Asa taking off on a 4 day vacation and not fessing up if he trapped or not during it.
You guy's laugh !!! BUT if things keep up at this rate.THE BLUE BUCKET MINK SET will be paying for a NEW PINK 1 ton PICKUP TRUCK.And you can bet it will be PINK.Just like the bottoms of a MINKS feet.And it will have COSTOM BLUE BUCKET SEATS.Me, my skinner and the fur buyer all agree at this rate it WILL HAPPEN.
Glad I got my truck, not new but newer then the old relic I drive, before trapping season. Couldn't have afforded it after trapping, but it was fun none the less. LOL Dare I ask what is this Blue Bucket set for mink or you keeping it secret?? Sounds interesting.
Tim, The BLUE BUCKET MINK SET was developed by a guy that goes by the handle of Nittney Lion from PA.This set is so effectave that it was out lawed in Canada after the first year that trappers up there started using it.Go to trapperman.com and do a search on the FORUM.
Some even say that the set is a joke.But shame on the non-beleavers.Heck a few years ago Nobody even heard of the BOTTOM EDGE SET eather.
RdFx here on this FORUM and I had a big talk about the set while we were in Kinross Mi last year .I being from the South New Jersey Coast where I trap ,and also run a Coastal line in North Carolna.And RdFx is from Wisconsin.We both have had UNBELIEVEABLE Mink catches.So the set works both in the SOUTH and north.
I will check into it, thanks. My truck is a burgandy with a goldish tan strip on the bottom. I was interested in two trucks at the time. I made a mistake of taking the wife along on the final decision. Trust me, we got the pretty one. :roll: It was the better of the two trucks but now I can blame her when she whines about the truck if it breaks down since she thinks I let her pick it out. :twisted: It got pretty bad the closer it got to trapping season. She thought it was too pretty of a truck to take trapping. Even had others think the same and thought I should use the old one. WRONG !! She was almost in tears when I came home smelling of skunk and told her I broke it in right the after the first check. She saw no humor in that at all. Oh well, I bought it to use it and life goes on.
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