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    went out for a check yesterday and my first cubby was tripped. I thought what a great start to the day. What I found was a closed 120 with Marten hair stuck in the hinges. I hope that whomever walked off with my fur that when you thaw it out it is infested with fleas that will invade your home and evetually drive you completly crazy.
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    Set up a trail camera..get a picture of that low life..back track trail.

    Not cool at all. Hope you find out who it is and can report them.
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    You sure someone stole it? Some animals do slip away.
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    even if one of the sides did not fire, it was still a 110. That is not to say that the animal didn't pull out but when the trap snaps and falls free from the box and is now swinging from a peice of 9 wire, it is a little hard to imagine a marten pulling itself free with nothing around to apply force against. Again not saying that I didn't catch the ninja houdini of marten but this has never happened to me before.
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    no snow to tell you the story of marten tracks people tracks ? I doubt a marten would pull out of any 120 there just not that strong now a trap misfire or something like that is more likely that or theft
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