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  Bridger HD Cage Live Traps Bridger Coil Spring Traps Bridger Body Gripper Traps Bridger Dogproof Raccoon Trap Minnesota Trapline Products MB-550 Offset Predator Trap Bridger #1 Longspring Trap Minnesota Trapline Raccoon Trapping Kit Bridger #1 Suregrip Long-Spring Trap Minnesota Trapline Predator Trapping Kit Minnesota Trapline Products Bridger T3 Coon Starter Pack Duke Body Traps Duke Coil Spring Traps Duke #2 Square-Jaw Traps – 12-Pack Minnesota Trapline 1.75 Regular-Jaw Trap – Twelve-Pack Minnesota Trapline Products Bridger #5 Wolf Trap
  Bridger HD Cage Live Traps Bridger Coil Spring Traps Bridger Body Gripper Traps Bridger Dogproof Raccoon Trap Minnesota Trapline Products MB-550 Offset Predator Trap Bridger #1 Longspring Trap Minnesota Trapline Raccoon Trapping Kit Bridger #1 Suregrip Long-Spring Trap Minnesota Trapline Predator Trapping Kit Minnesota Trapline Products Bridger T3 Coon Starter Pack Duke Body Traps Duke Coil Spring Traps Duke #2 Square-Jaw Traps – 12-Pack Minnesota Trapline 1.75 Regular-Jaw Trap – Twelve-Pack Minnesota Trapline Products Bridger #5 Wolf Trap
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Bridger HD Cage Live Traps

Perfect for raccoon, feral cats, skunks and more, this heavy-duty cage trap gets it done. Made from galvanized, then powder-coated steel, it's as tough as they come. Humane triggering system prevents harm to the animal.
Available:
  • Small - 31"L x 12"W x 13"H.
  • Large - 36"L x 14"W x 15"H. 

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Bridger Coil Spring Traps

  • Heavy-duty materials for years of use
  • Ultrastrong spring-steel springs
  • Heavy bases with adjustable pan tension
  • Minnesota Trapline Products’ Bridger line of traps sports a robust design and heavy-duty materials for years of use. Features like double-swiveled machine chain, ultrastrong spring-steel springs, double-posted pan, rounded jaws, heavy base, and adjustable pan tension makes for one of the most effective and economical traps on the market.
    Available:
    • #1-1/2 coil – An ideal trap for fox, raccoon, mink, muskrat and the occasional coyote. Night-latched dog. Inside jaw spread: 4-3/4’’. Outside jaw spread: 5-3/16’’.
    • #1.65 coil – A little larger than the #1-1/2 coil, this trap is great for fox and coyote. Inside jaw spread: 5-1/16’’. Outside jaw spread: 5-7/16’’.
    • #2 coil – The nation’s No.1 selling coyote trap. Works great for bobcat and fox, too. Inside jaw spread: 5-9/16’’. Outside jaw spread: 6’’.
    • #2 coil offset – Same performance and features as the #2 coil but with a 3/16’’ gap in jaws when closed. Inside jaw spread: 5-9/16’’. Outside jaw spread: 6’’.
    • #3 coil – It’s an excellent bobcat trap that easily handles coyote and beaver. Inside jaw spread: 6-1/16’’. Outside jaw spread: 6-1/2’’.
    • #3 coil offset – Same great performance as the #3 coil but with a 3/16’’ gap in jaws when closed. Inside jaw spread: 6-1/16’’. Outside jaw spread: 6-1/2’’.

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    Bridger Body Gripper Traps

  • Constructed of high-quality steel
  • Heat-treated springs
  • Rugged trigger
  • Constructed of high-quality steel, rugged components and heat-treated springs, these Bridger bodygrip traps are built to withstand rugged use on your trap line. Imported.
    Available:
    • #110 – A small trap that’s designed for mink, muskrats, squirrels and other small furbearers. Magnum-style jaws deliver a very tight closure.
      Jaw spread: 4’’H x 4’’W.
    • #120 – Same great design and target species as the #110, but features a second spring for increased holding power. Magnum-style jaws deliver a very tight closure.
      Jaw spread: 4’’H x 4’’W.
    • #150 –The trap to own for trail sets on mink, muskrat or skunk. The slightly larger 5" jaw spread, compared with the #110 Bodygripper, helps fill the gaps in water and trails. Heat-treated spring increases strength and long-term performance.
      Jaw spread: 5''H x 5''W.
    • #160 – This trap is an excellent choice for raccoon, skunk and fisher.
      Jaw spread: 6’’H x 6’’W.
    • #220 – It’s a top choice among professional long-line trappers for raccoon, otter, fisher, skunk and bobcats.
      Jaw spread: 7’’H x 7’’W.
    • #330 – Specifically designed for beaver, its massive 10’’ jaw spread easily spans most underwater runs. Great choice for otter as well.
      Jaw spread: 10’’H x 10’’W.

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    Bridger Dogproof Raccoon Trap

    A species-specific dogproof trap proven to catch raccoons, skunks and possums. Just bait the bottom of the tube, set it and stake it down, it's that easy. Rugged tube construction and components will withstand years of use and abuse. A theft-stop ring trigger keeps critters working until caught.
    Size: 1-3/4" dia. x 8"L.

    All right we got a Kuna dog-proof Kim trap. Now I'm going to go dispatch. This Coon then remake. This set and explain why chose is set in. This location hey oh look from. Where the backwoods Institute today in. This video we talk about dog proof coon traps dog proof Coon traps are an excellent dry laying set to catch raccoon. You have to do is set. It plunges it in the ground. And then stake it down, so they're going to go anywhere. And you're on your way it's a quick easy set up the only thing about. These dog proof Coon traps they're. More on the pricier side of a coon trap. These run about twelve bucks depending on what Brandon get to round fifteen to twenty. These are duped what you can do is. If you're interested in buying some of these dog proof contracts but. You don't want to fork over the fifteen twelve fifteen dollars right away. What I recommend is. What we did is and a half foothold traps for you know five six bucks settle on out with.

    That for a year and then use the money. You make from setting. That line out to buy a. Few dog proof Coon traps. These are worth their money. You have the money, so they're not a necessity but. They are great right. Now I'm going to show. How to set and I'm going to show. You why I chose to set in. This location and give. Some ideas you can use. This on your trap line. What I got right here is. Igot a deer trail right here. That the Coons will utilize but. They come down right in through there. They go to this frog pond that's here on my property. They go around the bank. Everything then they come back. They go right past where we're standing right here. And follow this fence line down past. That tree and pass them little Cedars down there so.

    This intersection of these paths right here it's just like. When your deer hunting you don't want to sit on. One trail you want to find the funnel. Or the intersection of. All them trails they merge together. That way if an animal comes down. This path you know. Iset my trap over there on. That trail this animal. Icame through here may never. Even smell the bait. Nothing so it right here is. That way any animals coming on these trails is going to merge into. One location since this is reset. And I'm not showing you. How to pack you want to do is you're resetting your trap is to grab the trap with the dog facing away from. You right and squeeze. You hook a finger on. That dog and then on. This trigger that dog holds on to. That trigger right there. All right then whatever. You want to let go. And get your fingers away from. All right now that's. These Duke dog proof Coon traps.

    They have a stake on the bottom of them. All right you want to plunge. All the way into the ground to. This thing is solid. All right this ain't solid they're going to come around they'll knock. This over and you're going to miss a lot of catches. They won't even try to dig their hand in there. They want something solid. Because you're imitating basically a hole. All types of fur barons are interested in head holes. All right so they see. This hole here they're going to try to dig out your bait. That you're going to put in there. If you're going to hard stake. You have to do is get your stake at. All possible these are just old tomato cage steaks bent over like. All possible you want to sink. It into the ground as far as. You can get all right just like. It sunk in below ground level. You can step on you want to make sure. This ain't coming out ain't no Coon gonna be able to pull.

    That out if you're in the sand here type of soil. Or let's say it's next to a creek bed. You can't drive that stake in. All the way into the ground. What I like to do is. Icriss cross just like. When I'm setting coyote traps. And drive them in at an angle like. This just for this video. Iain't driving them in. All the way but then. What happens is whenever. You pull on this you're making a scissor effect make. This a quick of setup for me instead of pounding in a metal stake. Imade cable stakes just like. This is 332nd 7 by 7 cable it's the same thing. Iuse for my coyotes snares. Imade two loops on. Each hand I crimped them together. Ismash them together. What we call us wedgies at work but. This is a two-inch loop on. This end right one is about at 8 inch. Or 10 inch loops now the reason because of the two loops is. One I'm going to take. And put through my swivel end just like.

    This the small one I'm going to take the big loop mash. It together and go through. That loop all right. What I'm doing here is I'm forming a loop. And a cinch on to the end of. That stake this set was set up for this Coon. We just caught if there's a sapling next to. You can tell I staked on to. He went around in a circle on. This catch circle but take your big loop wrap. It around the tree just like. And then slide this trap through. You can cinch this down just like. Igot a steak this Coon ain't going anywhere until. Icome here and undo my cable steak just like. This there's no chance of him pulling out of. This trap works that's the trigger right here a piece of metal of my lights on but the Coon reaches his hand in there feels the bait starts eating the bait.

    Or pulling the bait out but then. That trigger thinks he's got. Something good in their then. It pulls up then the trap closes in on his hand right here so that's. This trap works next thing we're going to do is we're going to bait the trap use. Some homemade Coon bait. It works good, so I'm going to make a video. And share that with. You guys the recipe for it but I'm just taking a stick scraping it in there. Iwant to fill up the bottom above the trigger that's just. You may not have to. Ijust want to lightly pack. It down in there so. He has to work to get. This bait out of here increases the catch possibility for a catch. And then what I'm going to do is I'm going to leave him a little taste on the edge of. He knows where the bait is. He knows there's more down in there I'll just put. It on the rim just like. That maybe some on the outside. All right another thing you can do is. You can put some lure around your area. You want to I'll put a four ounce bottle of Coon lure in here.

    And then this is fish hold spritz. It on there a little bit around the area so it'll call them into. This spot now we're gonna go back to the first shed. And I'm going to show. Iset up my dog proof Coon traps for easy carrying and easy setting along the trap line you.

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    Minnesota Trapline Products MB-550 Offset Predator Trap

  • Ideal for coyote, bobcat, fox and raccoon
  • Built like a tank
  • Employs a Paws-I-Trip Pan system
  • Tuned, adjusted and ready
  • Built like a tank, Minnesota Trapline Products has specifically crafted the MB-550 Offset Predator Trap to target coyote, bobcat, fox and raccoon. Employs a Paws-I-Trip Pan system and a stainless steel night-latch dog. Cast jaw face is 3/8" thick and offset jaw is 3/16" thick. Tuned, adjusted and ready right out of the box. Pan tension is set at 2.5 lbs.
    Size: #550 spring coil (offset jaw).
    Inside jaw spread: 4.75".
    Outside jaw spread: 5.5".

    Jason Eastwood here at the AWA yeah see. We can catch us a bobcat here with. These Minnesota trap line 550 are seized. They seem to be getting the job gone sniffing catches the cat I'm better. Than real good pack. It around there make sure. We don't get any dirt under our pan there. You can't hear so him setting dirty. Some rods dirty I like to set dirty she's. Some bobcat you're in here smells real good especially. You spill it in your defroster. You pick up it's nice to adhere at the AWA do a little trapping this morning got. Is a bobcat, and he's upset I'd be upset to. These Minnesota trap line 5:50 our C's had to hold to. They are bad to the bone got the full Cool Springs. They are smoking fast caught. This cat deep up on the arm he's not going anywhere except in my freezer little cat scratch fever folks.

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    Bridger #1 Longspring Trap

  • Twin-loop chains
  • Solid end rings with swivel connections
  • Ideal for mink, muskrat and marten
  • Bridger traps are renowned for their simplistic reliability under harsh trapline conditions, and this #1 single-longspring trap is ideal for mink, muskrat and marten trappers. Twin-loop chain holds fast in any condition and sports a solid end ring with a swivel connection on the spring. 
    Size: #1 longspring (regular jaw).
    Inside jaw spread: 3-5/8".
    Outside jaw spread: 3-7/8".

    Okay I'm going to show. You real quickly how to set a number five Bridger long spring-trap using the Bridger long spring tool. Ijust want to show. You real quickly I weigh about 175. It is next to impossible for me to compress. These two Springs when they're brand-new especially. And be able to set this trap so. You have the setting tool it's going to make the job much safer. And much easier so what you want to do is. You get the setter make sure the hook is on the bottom it's not so much important for the first side but for the second side it's important so. You can see I can press the spring do. That by hand decider comes to. This little u-shaped bolt slip. That over the spring now move to the other side. This point nothing is loaded anything's particularly hazardous about. You see I'm not even wearing gloves okay. You got to do the second side that's. That little hook comes in to play. You just want to hook. That the setting tool stays in place. Now there's tension is being all held by. These two items keeping it off of the jaws so. Ican safely put the trip pan in place. Once I've done I can release. This side this should be pretty much loose. And there you go set big old number-5 trap.

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    Minnesota Trapline Raccoon Trapping Kit

    Everything you need to start trapping raccoons. The included four Bridger dogproof raccoon traps feature a heavy-duty chain with swivels to prevent tangling and a theft-stop ring trigger to keep critters working until caught. Kit includes four 18" anchor stakes, 16-oz. salmon oil, 6-oz. Marsyada coon bait, a copy of " Competition Line Water Trapping," by Tom Miranda and a Bridger raccoon trap field guide. Made in USA.
    Trap size: 1.8" dia. x 8"L.
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    Bridger #1 Suregrip Long-Spring Trap

  • 3-5/8’’ inside jaw spread
  • Stop-loss design
  • Ideal for shallow-water and feed-bed sets
  • This is a specialized stop-loss, long-spring trap for targeting mink and muskrat in shallow-water and feed-bed sets. Once the trap is fired, a restraining device deploys for increased hold. 3-5/8'' inside jaw spread delivers ample target area for small-footed furbearers.
    Outside jaw spread: 3-7/8''.
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    You look for an affordable track for small guy hi I'm here swimming outdoors I'd like to give. You a good plus look at the Duke number. One long spring track the Duke number. One long spring trap it's designed to catch. Me muskrat weasel squirrel. And gopher trap has a standard Java spring of four inches has a swivel as. You can see right here which can be used for a dragon lock. Or also securing the trap with the stake I'm going to set the trap to give. You a basic understanding of how. It works you have your long spring on. This side you have your trap. You have your jaws the two challahs right here then. We also have what they call a dog which in turn holds the job in place. Once the trap is set to set the trap which of those depress the long spring down with your hand out your jaws open insert the metal piece which. All underneath the notch on the pan as. You see right here then. Once the track the set. You can also open you can pull.

    This jaw one down you got a. You can see you have a bolt. That goes up underneath the pan. That way you can adjust in a sense. Any of your track that way. What I'm going to do is I'm going to set the trap off with my finger as. You can see the way. It closes am I setting off from the backside. Where my finger would not be caught underneath. This job I go over right. This trap can be purchased at our online store as. Either an individual trap. Either in case quantities of 12. More for substantial discount. This video gives you a basic understanding of the trap. You have any questions whatsoever about. This product any others please feel free to give. Is a call at the number below. You can visit us online cleaning out the work calm thanks for stopping by.

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    Minnesota Trapline Predator Trapping Kit

    Whether it be coyote, badger, fox or bobcat that you're looking to trap, the Predator Trapping Kit from Minnesota Trapline is more than enough to start out right. Kit includes four Bridger 1.75 foothold traps, four chain stakes attached to the traps, one chain-stake driver, 9-oz. Minnesota Brand bait, 4-oz. Pure Red Fox Urine, 1-oz. Canine Force predator lure and a "Land Sets and Trapping Techniques" book. Made in USA.
    Inside jaw spread: 4-7/8".
    Outside jaw spread: 5-1/4".
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    Jason Eastwood here at the AWA yeah see. We can catch us a bobcat here with. These Minnesota trap line 550 are seized. They seem to be getting the job gone sniffing catches the cat I'm better. Than real good pack. It around there make sure. We don't get any dirt under our pan there. You can't hear so him setting dirty. Some rods dirty I like to set dirty she's. Some bobcat you're in here smells real good especially. You spill it in your defroster. You pick up it's nice to adhere at the AWA do a little trapping this morning got. Is a bobcat, and he's upset I'd be upset to. These Minnesota trap line 5:50 our C's had to hold to. They are bad to the bone got the full Cool Springs. They are smoking fast caught. This cat deep up on the arm he's not going anywhere except in my freezer little cat scratch fever folks.

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    Minnesota Trapline Products Bridger T3 Coon Starter Pack

  • Six dogproof raccoon traps
  • Heavy-duty chain with swivels
  • Theft-stop ring trigger
  • Trap setter and raccoon lure
  • Get everything you need to start trapping raccoons. The Bridger T3 Coon Starter Pack includes six of Minnesota Trapline's best-selling dogproof raccoon traps. Each features a heavy-duty chain with swivels to prevent tangling and a theft-stop ring trigger to keep critters working until caught. Pack includes six traps, one Bridger Raccoon Trap Setter and 1-oz. Moonshine Raccoon Lure. 
    Trap size: 1.8" dia. x 8"L.
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    Duke Body Traps

    Duke's Body Traps feature powerful springs, rotating jaws and sensitive four-way triggers to ensure swift kills. 
    Available:
    • #110 – Single-spring powered. 4.5" jaws ideal for animals like mink and muskrat. Per 12.
    • #160 – Double-spring powered. 6" jaws ideal for animals like racoon and fisher. Per 12.
    • #220 – Double-spring powered. 7" jaws ideal for animals like racoon and fisher. Per 12.
    • #330 – Double-spring powered. 10" jaws ideal for animals like beaver and bobcat. Per 6.

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    Duke Coil Spring Traps

    Duke Coil Spring Traps feature long-lasting powerful springs for a secure hold. Compact design for easy bedding. Low-profile adjustable pan system. Secure chain and swivel. Per 12.
    Available:
    • #1 Trap – Double-coil design. 4" jaw spread ideal for mink, muskrat and racoon.
    • #1.5 Trap – Double-coil design. 4.75" jaw spread ideal for muskrat, fox and racoon.
    • #1.75 Trap – Double-coil design. 5.25" jaw spread ideal for fox, coyote and bobcat.
    • #2 Trap – Double-coil design. 5.5" jaw spread ideal for fox, coyote and bobcat.
    • #3 Trap – Double-coil design. 6" jaw spread ideal for coyote, bobcat and beaver.
    • #4 Trap – Quad-coil design. 6.5" jaw spread ideal for coyote, bobcat and beaver. Center locator swivel system mount. Machine link chain with a secure stake swivel.

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    Hi I'm Erin Fleming outdoor stand like to introduce to. You the Duke number two coal spring-trap about the standard job. All said John the Duke over to cool spring-trap comes above the standard Joe as. You can see here with the track. We have already set. It also comes with the. All sick job to conceive of the job there's our spacing between but. This does is minimize damage to the animals letting and going foot on the traffic. You have your two dolls on. Each side you have your levers. You could press down. And then you also have your dog which is your metal piece. That secure it underneath your pain. That builds the traffic look the pan itself. You can see with this craft can be adjusted with a screw right here. That way you can adjust the sensitivity I'm gonna set the trap off. You get a basic understanding of how the trap works I'm going to press down on the levers here Charles up flipping the dog over underneath the pan which will hold the track open securely but. You can see with both of these Krauts. Both have a swivel on. It the school can be used to secure the trap down with the stake. Or can be used as a ground ball. Now I'm going to set.

    Both of these traps off to give. You an idea for I'm going to lift the back lever up. Or my finger does not get caught the Duke pepper food cool spring trap can be purchased is. Either individual trap. You can buy a case quantities of 12. More in a substantial discount gym. Any questions about. This trap any other product feel free to give. Is a call or visit. Is online at Fleming outdoors calm thanks for visiting.

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    Duke #2 Square-Jaw Traps – 12-Pack

  • Powerful four-coil design
  • High lock-up-lever design
  • Ideal for coyote, bobcat and fox
  • Ideal for coyote, bobcat and fox, Duke's #2 Square-Jaw Traps feature a powerful four-coil-spring design for a secure hold. High lock-up levers squeeze the jaws tightly around the animal's footpad. Reinforced riveted base with centered D-rings ensure long-lasting use. Machine-link chain with secure stake swivel. Per 12.
    Available:
    • Square Jaws –
    Size: #2 four-coil-spring design.
    Inside jaw spread: 5.5".
    Outside jaw spread: 5.88".
    • Square Offset Jaws –
    Size: #2 four-coil-spring design.
    Inside jaw spread: 5.5".
    Outside jaw spread: 5.88".

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    Minnesota Trapline 1.75 Regular-Jaw Trap – Twelve-Pack

  • Ideal for multispecies trap lines
  • 5.13" outside jaw spread
  • Night-latch dog for increased trigger sensitivity
  • Regular jaw
  • Rugged, reliable and easy to use, Minnesota Trapline's 1.75 Regular-Jaw Bridger Traps will quickly become your go-to coil-spring traps for coyote, bobcat, fox and raccoon. Night-latch dog is easy to set and improves the trigger sensitivity, ensuring you catch your prey. Music-wire springs and double-posted pan provide years of service in the harshest elements. Straight-link machine chain, heavy-duty swivels and an added baseplate with D-ring for a secure hold to your stake. Per 12.
    Size: 1.75 coil spring (regular jaw).
    Inside Jaw Spread: 4.75".
    Inside Jaw Spread: 5.13".

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    Minnesota Trapline Products Bridger #5 Wolf Trap

  • Laminated inside jaws
  • Plated bolts with nylon lock nuts
  • Heavy-duty swivels and welded baseplates
  • Ideal for wolf, otter and beaver
  • Ideal for trapping otter, beaver and wolf, the Bridger #5 Wolf Trap is a four-coil trap with a spring keeper to hold the four main springs in place and ensure maximum tension. Inside jaw is laminated with 1/4" steel for added surface area. Plated bolt with nylon lock nut maintains pan tension at the desired level. Includes a heavy-duty swivel and welded baseplate. Imported.
    Size: #5 coil spring (offset laminated jaw).
    Inside jaw spread:
    7-1/4"
    Outside jaw spread: 8-3/16" Apply now