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    Any tips or advice

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    Use a snare in a area there are mink.....good luck

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    What kind of sign can u look for?

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    Look for tracks along bridge walls ,sandbars ,along small creeks or turds on rocks and logs.

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    What kind of sign can u look for?





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    Ask gobblegetter he seems to be the man for trapping!

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    One we get a little snow get on a set of mink tracks and follow them. You will see where he goes. Up down left right under the ice back out etc. Give u a better idea where to set. Also if you contact eric space and get one of his dvds you will learn a lot. I dont kno of anyone who gets more mink a year then him.
    You can do a lot more for the environment by carrying a rifle then carrying a sign.

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    Set on sign. Mink also like to hug walls. Try setting snares along bridges. And most importantly just go out and try. Doing it is the best way you'll learn.

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    All good advice..(serious ones anyway )Also..Mink snares should be loaded for speed and swiveled as close to the set loop as possible. Nothing will twist up a cable faster then a Mink or Otter.
    I, Hatchet Jack, being of sound mind and broke legs, do leaveth my rifle to the next thing who finds it, Lord hope he be a white man. It is a good rifle, and kilt the bear that kilt me. Anyway, I am dead. Sincerely, Hatchet Jack.

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