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    Default 160 coni vs 220?

    I have always used the 220 for coon sets and was reading mixed reviews on the 160's - stating they were a bit too small. I would have to agree by looking at them but thought I would ask you fella's and gals for some inputs before I buy any?
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    I honestly have never found a good use for a 160 coni up here and doubt that many even own them
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    160 makes a good marten trap but I'd rather use 120s they got in my newspaper tubes. 220s are about the most versatile conibear made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teacherman View Post
    160 makes a good marten trap, but I'd rather use 120s they got in my newspaper tubes. 220s are about the most versatile conibear made.
    I would agree, I ordered a cpl dozen of the 220 Dukes today and will give them a wirl. Also ordered some #2 coil spring with offset jaws to try out for coyote, this wet dirt we get in IL makes it pretty tough for 1 1/2 coils to be effective. I have never used the offsets so will be fun playing with them...
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    What do you guys trap up here in alaska with 220's?

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