Tag Archive: otter trapping

Nov 08

Trapping Radio – 87 – Fox, otter, raccoon, beaver trapping with the one and only Opossum Skinner

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Tonight we have the famous Opossum Skinner! trapping radio 87 podcast This week on Trapping Across America we have the one and only¬† Opossum Skinner from the great southern state of Virginia. If you have been to very many trapping conventions you have meet Mr. Skinner. He is the southerner guy that is always smiling, …

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Oct 10

Trapping Radio – 83 – How to trap otter with body grip traps and foothold traps, with Claudie Taylor

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How to trap otter with body grip traps and foothold traps, with Claudie Taylor   Trapper radio 83 otter trapping This week on Trapping Across America I am fired up to have Claudie Taylor from NC. Claudie has been trapping for 45 years. Many years catching over 100 otters. His best year was in 2006 …

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Apr 19

Trapper Radio #62, How to catch and trap otter and beaver with footholds and body grip traps, interview with Donny Grafton

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Trapper Radio #62, How to catch and trap otter and beaver with footholds and body grip traps, interview with Donny Grafton trapping Radio # 62 beaver and otter trapping This week on Trapping Across America we have an outstanding interview with a good friend of mine, Donny Grafton from North Central Louisiana. We talk about …

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Dec 07

Trapping Radio show #50, Bobcat flag and bobcat trap set, Otter trapping with Bud Jenkins

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Trapping Radio show #50, Bobcat flag and bobcat trap set, Otter trapping with Bud Jenkins trapping radio # 50, otter trapping This week on Trapping Across America we are interviewing Bud Jenkins from VA. Bud is known as one of the best otter men in the country. He started trapping muskrats on the marsh as …

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Nov 11

One way to catch otter that may be eating way to much fish from ponds and creeks

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by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group There is no question that every beaver and otter trapper has spent way to much time blocking down a creek. The concept of using brush, grass and anything you can get your hands on to direct an otter or a beaver to swim or walk into a body grip …

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