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#6062708 - 01/18/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: battue]  
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Ouch. I scatched my cornea yesterday. Not near as bad as your injury, but I have a couple of ghost spots in my right eye.

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#6155378 - 02/09/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: okiebowhunter]  
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After our record breaking cold and snowfall we were able to get our line back in somewhat working order. Here's a huge wolverine we got in a Manning #9 and a couple more tanned 1s that are for sale.[Linked Image][Linked Image]


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#6170073 - 02/13/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: waterrat]  
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How much are you selling them for?


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#6170531 - 02/13/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: Rooster7]  
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Really cool waterrat. Thanks for posting.


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#6172671 - 02/13/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: deflave]  
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Rooster $550 shipped

2 are X-tra large tanned
1 fresh not tanned,,,he is the whopper in the pic

Lynx,large or X $275 not tanned shipped


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#6174951 - 02/14/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: waterrat]  
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Geez, that is a huge Gulo! Looking through your post it looks like you really like those Manning #9's.

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#6177886 - 02/15/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: 160user]  
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cool pics


Originally Posted by deflave
Get your dick out of that rooster and go to church.

Travis
#6198151 - 02/20/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: fat_daddy]  
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this is awesom! its great to see a fellow alaskan trapper out there being succsesful!

#6227592 - 02/27/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: joefish00000]  
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I've been after this fellow for a couple of years!!!!!!![Linked Image]


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#6235159 - 02/29/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: waterrat]  
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Looks like a BIG wolf! Can ya fill us in a bit? did ya trap him of shoot him?


Deer Camp! about as good as it gets!
#6242008 - 03/01/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: saddlering]  
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Snare,,he'd been getting pretty comfy here so it was just a matter of time,,5 down 2 to go!


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#6257610 - 03/05/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: waterrat]  
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Waterrat, you've been holding out on the pics over on tman, i'm smalltimetrapper over there. Looks like a good year on the big dogs! That looks like a huge gulo!

#6270686 - 03/09/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: NMiller]  
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way cool pics.


My idea of being organic is taking a dump in the woods.


#6315109 - 03/20/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: Field_Hand]  
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We're getting our fur boarded up and getting ready to ship to the tannery![Linked Image]


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#6358183 - 03/31/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: waterrat]  
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Great pics. Thanks so much. I didn't know that was happening up there.


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#6457304 - 04/29/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: Steelhead]  
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Originally Posted by Steelhead
I miss trapping there, wish I had Lynx where I was at.


I can see it now. Nice house in the trees down south for sale. Health forces sale. (Sick and tired of not being in Alaska)


The Mayans had it right. If you’re going to predict the future, it’s best to aim far beyond your life expectancy, lest you wind up red-faced in a bunker overstocked with Spam and ammo.


#6458212 - 04/30/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: Bigbuck215]  
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This is a little off topic,,while wolf hunting this spring my wife combines it with a seal hunt! Here's a huge seal from Lake Iliamna.[Linked Image]

300 Savage w/165 Nosler Partitions at 2500fps!


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#6460342 - 04/30/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: waterrat]  
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That is a great picture! Looks mighty cold, though.


The Mayans had it right. If you’re going to predict the future, it’s best to aim far beyond your life expectancy, lest you wind up red-faced in a bunker overstocked with Spam and ammo.


#6462746 - 05/01/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: waterrat]  
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#6466690 - 05/02/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: 60n148w]  
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waterrat-I appreciate the cool pics you post. Thanks for taking the time to do so.


Originally Posted by archie_james_c
I should have just
bought a [bleep] T3...


#6467551 - 05/02/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: yukonal]  
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Now that looks like fun! How do those things taste?

#6474185 - 05/05/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: waterrat]  
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Originally Posted by waterrat
This is a little off topic,,while wolf hunting this spring my wife combines it with a seal hunt! Here's a huge seal from Lake Iliamna.[Linked Image]

300 Savage w/165 Nosler Partitions at 2500fps!


That is a great picture! I had no idea the seals stayed in the lake all winter long. Do you catch them along lake inlet and outlets or do they maintain breather holes out in the lake ice?


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#6525998 - 05/21/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: broncoformudv]  
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anybody ever use conibear traps on a seal?


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#6528453 - 05/22/12 Re: Alaska Trapline [Re: ranger1]  
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Seal has a unique flavor,I like it raw off of the hind qtr,the best to me is cooked over a open fire on the beach.you cut about 1 in.squares meat and fat kabob style.

My wife also cubes it, browns it,and cooks it with rice. People who have never eaten ask for seconds.

It has slight fish taste,if you have ever eaten raw fresh shrimp it's sort of that taste.
Seal is very rich,like roast coon,it can wreck havoc with you until you get use to it.

I don't care for braided seal gut like mom in law used to make nor seal liver.

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