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Muskrat floats

  • City: Loretto
  • State: Minnesota
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 55357
  • Listed: October 18, 2016 12:38 AM
  • Expires: This ad has expired
Muskrat floats

Description

Trapping season is just about here!! Trap muskrats the easy way using floats to position your traps in a way that is attractive to open water muskrats. Works well despite changing water levels!!

Do you have nuisance muskrat problems. Are they digging into the banks of your pond, or shoreline. Perhaps you trap prolific muskrats for their fur and are looking for another alternative.

This Muskrat float is for you if you are tired of changing water levels leaving your traps high and dry or flooded. This float accommodates two traps. It will work with a variety of trap sizes, but is built for #1 1/2 coil spring traps in particular. Baited and set to look like a feedbed, it will attract muskrats from long distances. Traps not included. Will build to order.

Trapping is a regulated sport in MN and one should check with their local Conservation officer prior to taking nuisance animals outside of their normal trapping season. This is for a lethal control or harvest program, not catch and release.

Located 5 miles east of Rockford, near Loretto, Corcoran, Buffalo, Delano, St. Michael, Hanover and 15 minutes south of the Albertville Outlet Mall!! only 55 mins from St. Cloud.

$8/each Cash and pick up only. Seller is not interested in shipping.

Muskrat traps, muskrats, trapping, traps, nuisance animals, shoreline damage, fur trapping

Call or text 612-770-2414 if interested. Cash and local buyers only!!

Ad Reference ID: 66158056e9bce6d0

     

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  • Listed by: Labs2012
  • Member Since: August 4, 2012

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