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Someone correct me if I'm wrong , here we can only TRAP yotes till like the middle of February . I'm no stranger to the land or it's laws governing them. It's a dying breed of people who participate in it, which is why I'd like to carry on its long legacy.Be honest to yourself have you been hunting or shooting on your land?It wasn't until the repairs were made and my adrenaline subsided some 24 hours or more later did I feel actual pain from the wound.Now I have many pains, more than most men can understand.It states, despite putting out 800lbs of cut up dead calves I have had a 3 week dry spell.On the way home today on Highway 30 heading towards Iowa, I just realized the opposite of dispersal is unite.
I've never trapped them this time, but have in hot weather in the early fall, and it's a lot different than winter trapping.
I think you are speaking morals at least I hope so because our laws for the most part are worthless regarding the morality of trapping.
One example is the restrictions on 330 Conibears and spring loaded snares in most states.
For if you don't your ride will be short and full of saddle sores. Instead you are either the prey or a bolt of lightning ready to strike when you want. In bold letters in pencil it says stay with slides, the owls ate the muskrats in the cornfield traps.
Last time I trapped the long line February 25th, 2016.
I think it's gonna come down to an individual game warden's discretion.