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What is the easiest animal to trap in the United States, preferbally Minnesota? And what type of trap should I use?

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  • What is the easiest animal to trap in the United States, preferbally Minnesota? And what type of trap should I use?

    What is the easiest animal to trap in the United States, preferbally Minnesota? And what type of trap should I use?

  • #2
    12 pack of "BUD"

    GOOD BAIT!

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    • #3
      Probably a sqirrel... all you need is some peanuts, a stick, a bucket, and some string.

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      • #4
        Most Tomahawk Live Traps are manufactured with adjustable trigger release mechanisms and brass rollers. This makes them easy to set and adjust. By adjusting the trigger, a single trap can be used to trap several different sizes of animals. For trapping heavier animals, set for heavy sets, and for trapping smaller animals, set for light sets.
        Like FloridaHunter1226 say squirrells is the easiest animal to trap in the United States....

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        • #5
          muskrats, 110 connis and some carrots or parsnips

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          • #6
            Racoon. have-a-heart traps available anywhere. Put almost any food in there, and block off the far end. I can catch one per night in a subdivision.

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            • #7
              Raccoon for me!

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              • #8
                Raccoon for me!

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