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Trapping assistance in Jack County needed #2760583 11/17/11 03:51 AM
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I have a friend in Jacksboro who is having a problem with beavers cutting down trees near their house. Anyone on THF in Jack County that might be of help? Please PM me.


Re: Trapping assistance in Jack County needed [Re: aeb] #2760690 11/17/11 04:24 AM
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my lake is in perrin we were overrun with them but with the drought and shotguns we only have one left i had an old man tell me the only way to trap one is to put a konabear trap in his dam entrys or use peanut butter and lettuce in a live trap on a trail good luck in your venture up



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Re: Trapping assistance in Jack County needed [Re: mcotton84] #2760823 11/17/11 06:05 AM
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Pour vanilla around the base of trees around his dam. spot light and a 17 done deal that's how e got rid of them our place a few years back wiped all of them out Netura as well


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