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Conibear 110

Old 07-28-2009, 05:28 PM
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Default Conibear 110

Guys I am going to start getting some new traps soon. Mine old passed down traps are getting old enough to be put down. What do you guys think of the 110 Conibear Traps, I am thinking to test them I am going to get a dozen a see how well they work this season. And I was looking a the 220 for coon and the 330 for some beaver. I've nothing but good reviews but I want to see your guys, results or pics to show they work good. Is 5.75 per 110 conibear trap a good price, If not can you tell me a place to get a better price. The place is
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Old 07-30-2009, 10:02 AM
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The 220 is a great trap for raccoons. I've never trapped beaver but I know that the 330 is popular in this area for them so I would fully recommend them. Good luck.
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