- Did you all survive the holidays?? I did with a couple extra pounds!! Only 9 more days of bow season here. I ve had my traps out for just over two weeks nowMessage 1 of 31 , Jan 5, 2009View SourceDid you all survive the holidays??
I did with a couple extra pounds!!
Only 9 more days of bow season here.
I've had my traps out for just over two weeks now and all I've caught
is a couple of possums. They're easy to release though cause they play
dead. Still hoping for the bobcat. I have till the end of January to
Hubby and I are gearing up for the 300 league. I am a terrible target
shooter, but hope to out shoot last years score. It's only my second
year. I have a bad case of target panic. Trying to get over it.
Anyway, hope everyone is well and let's hear what's going on.
- I am very sorry about that then. It did look like it was your e-mail. If you would like to take my advice there is a book called NTA Trapping Handbook I haveMessage 31 of 31 , Feb 10, 2009View SourceI am very sorry about that then. It did look like it was your e-mail. If you
would like to take my advice there is a book called NTA Trapping Handbook I
have found very helpful. I wish you best of luck with yur trapping.
On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 7:05 PM, wildknives <wildknives@...> wrote:
> Hi just a side note I didnt contradict my self if you look I wrote
> over some one elses post. Not knowing how to post properly I made
> this mistake. I am considering trapping,but I first want to educate
> myself about it. It just so happened that I ran into this post as I
> began to consider the possabilities of trapping here in Lake Co,FL.
> Thanks Tery-- In firstname.lastname@example.org<womenhunters%40yahoogroups.com>,
> Amanda Cornelius
> <acornelius83@...> wrote:
> > Thank you Donna for your e-mail and I didn't join this group to
> bash anyone.
> > I wanted to meet nice people that enjoyed the same interests that I
> have. As
> > far as wildknives goes she has contradicted herself with trapping,
> but I
> > want to get along with everyone. You are right we don't know when
> or if the
> > right to hunt will end, but we all do need to stand up together
> > of opinons. I hope that I did not offend anyone, but hope to
> educate with
> > the knowledge I have. Thank you to everyone.
> > On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 10:25 AM, donna hunter
> > > actually, very well spoken.and another thing that alot of folks
> > > think about is when there gets to be too many animals in an area,
> all the
> > > disease, starvation, and such that happens. there are those of us
> that hunt
> > > or trap to feed, house and clothe our families. our family did
> the trapping
> > > thing for years, until the fur prices just dropped completely.
> and we have
> > > always hunted to feed our families. the solitude and peace that
> we get out
> > > there has always been a plus. and if we cant work together to
> keep these
> > > rights, we will soon lose them. i know our family will suffer if
> we do,
> > > cause venison is our staple. hunting and trapping are long lived
> > > traditions, handed down from those before us to teach us a way to
> feed and
> > > care for our families, esp in hard times like these. i know i
> hope that by
> > > us working and banding together, we can have many years of
> hunting left, for
> > > generations to come. so please, lets not rag on one another, but
> > > together to
> > > keep it alive, and to keep the right to keep and bear arms.
> everyone is
> > > entitled to their opinion, but... if we dont stand together, esp.
> now, we
> > > may all fall. and i know i want a future with the freedom to go
> out and
> > > hunt, or trap, if thats what you do, and be able to feed my
> family. ethics
> > > and doing things is a big part of hunting, and all we can do is
> try and do
> > > our very best out there to take an animal cleanly and humanely. i
> hope we
> > > can just get along, cause i wanna see all of what we love to do,
> be it
> > > hunting , fishing, or trapping be able to continue. thanks for
> > > :) donna
> > > --- On Fri, 1/30/09, outsider_tt
> <email@example.com <no_reply%40yahoogroups.com><no_reply%
> > > wrote:
> > >
> > > From: outsider_tt <firstname.lastname@example.org<no_reply%40yahoogroups.com><no_reply%
> > > Subject: Re: [Women Hunters] Well????
> > > To: email@example.com <womenhunters%40yahoogroups.com><womenhunters%
> > > Date: Friday, January 30, 2009, 1:45 PM
> > >
> > > Mind if I interject? I have a hard time separating the two sports,
> > > hunting and trapping. Both have always been a part of my life.
> > > Trapping has been a part of my life for as long as I remember, my
> > > trapped for a living, now my husband traps for extra money.
> > > is a part of conservation just like hunting. For example: to many
> > > bobcats and coons equals turkey, quail, population goes down,
> > > To many coyotes equal fox and deer population goes down. There are
> > > many more reasons, beaver are trapped for damage control as well
> > > coyotes and others. There are times when the animal suffers and
> > > others when it does not, just like hunting, fishing, and every day
> > > life. I cant shoot the bobcats, coons, possums, coyotes, in the
> > > numbers we trap because they are nocturnal. With the economy the
> > > it is, I am sure glad we still have a fur business but it is
> > > due to people refusing to buy furs because trapping is inhumane.
> > > Actually, if trapping stops completely, and Hunting will be the
> > > to go (same people trying to end them both) some animals will
> > > while other species die out. Life does not have a nobody or thing
> > > gets hurt option, if it did it would be heaven. Until then, my
> > > eat because my husband traps. Foxes are seen again in our county
> > > because my husband traps. Baby turkeys survive the fall because my
> > > husband traps. Everything is a trade off. Hope this makes sense.
> > >
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