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What is the most challenging furbearer to trap in Alaska poll?

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  • mark knapp
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    Originally posted by Bushwhack Jack View Post
    Oh, shoot, you are right, I should have put down coyote. I don't know why I spaced that. But I didn't have that many choices though. But I suppose I could have left out muskrat. LOL
    Can't expect you to be 100% perfect. Only a woman should expect that from you.

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  • Bushwhack Jack
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    Oh, shoot, you are right, I should have put down coyote. I don't know why I spaced that. But I didn't have that many choices though. But I suppose I could have left out muskrat. LOL

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  • mark knapp
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    I voted wolf but I would have voted coyote if you had included it. I find it easier to catch wolves than coyotes. Probably because wolves are pack animals, you hang one up and you can sometimes pick up more of them as they mill around trying to figure out what to do. Coyotes are solitary and cagey. Wolverines are pretty easy to catch but hard to hold. They also have very large home ranges so most people don't have many in their trapping areas. The most I ever caught in one year was six wolverines.

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  • AGL4now
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    Raccoons......

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  • What is the most challenging furbearer to trap in Alaska poll?

    14
    Lynx
    0%
    0
    Marten
    0%
    0
    Red or Arctic Fox
    0%
    0
    River Otter
    0%
    0
    Wolf
    85.71%
    12
    Wolverine
    14.29%
    2
    Mink
    0%
    0
    Weasel
    0%
    0
    Beaver
    0%
    0
    Muskrat
    0%
    0

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