Preparing for Trapping Season: My Home Study Guide has Arrived!

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    I went the same route last year, but just got into trapping (a very little bit) this year. I like the at home option for taking the course and getting the license, but do wish I had gone through the classroom experience to see equipment in person and get some hands on time with it. Good luck out there!

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    @Eric thanks bro. I wish there were classes down by me. But no. We’re you able to get at all this season??

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    @Joseph it’s tough enough to find and schedule them up around me and I live pretty close to a couple of their offices. I didn’t get out in the sense of any public or other private land. I got out on my property and only with some dog-proof coon traps this year. I got into it mostly for the sake of getting predators off of my property. We have horses, goats and chickens and critters have been getting pretty bold about not keeping their distance. Raccoons like to get it to our barn and make a mess, but also they’ve gotten into our chickens in the past. Not sure what I will get into this coming year, but I’d like to get out more and try my hand at some “real trapping”

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