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    Hey i know some of the folks in your trekking pics, Pic 7 on the right is IV th Mass or River Valley Colonials Fifes, They are all from NWTA. Were were they taken?
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I'ma Deputy Sheriff/Detective assigned to the Fugitive Warrants Unit. I served 8 1/2 years in the U.S.Army as a 19D Scout, went to Airborne, Air Assault School, Ranger School, School of the Americas, Combat Lifesaver Course, Advanced Scout/Tactical Tracking and a few others. I went Desert Shield/Storm and Ended my Term of Service after returning from that conflict. I worked for Triple Canopy and transferred to Xe for 18 months in Afghanistan, as a PMC (Long Distance Liaison Driver/Personal Asset Protection Specialist), returned to continue my duties as a deputy sheriff.
Cincinnati, Ohio (Dunlap's Station)
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Snares & Snaring

by Beo on 09-02-2008 at 11:52 AM
Snaring and snares has come up on here so many times I cannot count, so here is what I know of snaring the way I do it when trekking for a week or more in the forests, mountains, and river bottoms of Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee, remember this is my way and others here are more knowledgeable or professional guides who do this for living or live off the grid and do it as a way of life. I hope this helps you in some way.

The Modern Cable Snare
The modern cable snare is made of

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Snares Continued 1

by Beo on 09-02-2008 at 11:51 AM
Deer Stops
Deer stops are installed on snares to prevent the loop from closing past a minimum diameter. This will prevent the snare from closing around a deer's foot if one of these animals should accidentally encounter the snare.
Unlike other trapping devices,snares can only be used once. After an animal has been caught in a snare,the cable will be bent and will no longer function properly. But all the mechanical parts may be able to be reused to make more snares.
How A Snare

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Sanres Cont. again

by Beo on 09-02-2008 at 11:50 AM
Stabilizing Snares
To function properly, the snare loop must be held in a fixed position to intercept the animal. Heavy gauge wire works best for stabilizing snares. One end of the wire is affixed to the snare, and the other end of the wire is anchored to make it stable. One method for fastening the wire to the cable is to make a small bend in the end of the wire and crimp it onto the snare. However, this wire may interfere with the swivel because it is crimped on the cable.Some snares are

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Sanring Cont. ending

by Beo on 09-02-2008 at 11:49 AM
Setting Snares
To set a snare, the looped end of the snare is suspended over a trail or path that the animal is expected to use. The animal enters the snare, sticking its head through the loop, and through its for-ward progress draws the snare down on itself. It should be noted, that not all animals are snared by catching them around the neck. You will be more successful snaring some animals like raccoon and beaver if the snare cinches up on their body somewhere behind one or both of their

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Updated 09-02-2008 at 11:52 AM by Beo


Animal Tracks

by Beo on 08-20-2008 at 11:09 AM
Animal Tracks, if your gonna trap you should know what the tracks of your prey look like, as outdoors people here we should all know what these look like, Here are a few.
In the tracking chart below you will find many of wildlife species. As trappers and hunters we should be very knowledgeable on what furbearer's we are targeting. And which other critters may be a potential problem in the areas we trap and hunt.

How to use this chart: This chart has been broken into groups by track

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