by "Trapper" Arthur Simmerman
This 22 page booklet explains the process of using snares to capture beaver. A variety of sets are explained and illustrated with line drawings, including under ice sets, den sets baited sets and blind sets. These snaring sets are primarily lethal sets. (For information on non-lethal beaver snaring send me an e-mail).
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