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4 hours ago, David_Kunz said:

Yes. I'm in the front row wearing the tree bark pattern to the right if the guy in the bright blue jacket.

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I remember you well, one of more attentive ones

Looks like it's paying off. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to message me.

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1 minute ago, gobblergetter said:

 

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Shhhh don't give out the sent post set. That is top secret classified information

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On 11/17/2019 at 9:53 AM, Zone50BugNerd said:

Congrats!  Now the real work begins, fleshing that grizzle monster out!  Take your time, don’t rush.  You’ll be surprised at how much work they can be.  Fleshing is an art, best of luck this season.  

I have never considered coon hard to flesh. And I have put up my share of them. Now beaver is another story! The only easy part on a beaver is the belly fat. That part is much like a coon. 

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56 minutes ago, trapoholic said:

I have never considered coon hard to flesh. And I have put up my share of them. Now beaver is another story! The only easy part on a beaver is the belly fat. That part is much like a coon. 

 

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Congratulations on your first coon. Trapping is a necessary tool in keeping populations in check and healthy. 

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I remember you well, one of more attentive ones
Looks like it's paying off. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to message me.
Thanks! Will do.

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Congrats, I trapped for years in PA and have not taken the time to take the course in NJ 

I trapped in PA because i had chickens and turkeys and they attract all kinds of critters

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