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HAH Trap #8300945 06/21/21 06:53 PM
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A coon got in the trap. I didn't notice it until it expired. Left a smell. I doubt another animal will go near it.
Not my trap witch makes matters worse. Any way to get the odor off the trap?

Re: HAH Trap [Re: Cool Mo D] #8301045 06/21/21 08:44 PM
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I have had it happen and it should not effect catching more at all. It will air out after a while also. If you have a stock pond or creek nearby just take it and submerge it there for a few days if you are concerned.


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I agree won’t affect catching a bit

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