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    Just left my buddy's house here in Ballentine, he has a serious beaver problem around a field/stream
    behind his house. He asked me if I knew anyone that would like to trap them.
    I think he means trapping them for fun, aka "for free"
    If interested, just let me know
    Thanks
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    He needs what Steelin has for sale

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    I'll give it a sit with my 22 mag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecu1984 View Post
    Just left my buddy's house here in Ballentine, he has a serious beaver problem around a field/stream
    behind his house. He asked me if I knew anyone that would like to trap them.
    I think he means trapping them for fun, aka "for free"
    If interested, just let me know
    Thanks
    A few 330’s and he’d be ok by himself doing it.
    Go Tigers!!!

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    Tell him if he ends up going the “professional” route and paying someone that advertises the service that it’s expensive as shit.

    My folks pond has a problem, they were quoted almost 5k for 7 days of set/checked traps.

    They are heeding kquinns advice
    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel Yell View Post
    now Hogan can fuck off on here all day and call it work, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhogancu View Post
    Tell him if he ends up going the “professional” route and paying someone that advertises the service that it’s expensive as shit.

    My folks pond has a problem, they were quoted almost 5k for 7 days of set/checked traps.

    They are heeding kquinns advice

    They need to check with someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBtflo View Post
    They need to check with someone else.
    Yea, last price I heard was $500 to come out and setup $125 per caught beaver.
    Quote Originally Posted by Birddawg View Post
    I dont know how it was done. For all I know that weird bastard that determined it's gender licked it.

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    He needs to learn to do it himself if he wants to get it for free. I wonít touch a beaver job without money involved. Thatís as time consuming and aggravating as it comes.


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    Tell him to just go out at night and shoot them.
    "I'm just a victim of a circumstance"

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    Quote Originally Posted by coot nasty View Post
    Tell him to just go out at night and shoot them.
    Thatíll thin out a few.....but not the main problem.


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    Between the beavers, muskrats and transient otters- it’s a full time job at my place.
    My Neighbor mentioned that they give off a scent that attracts other beavers and I believe it! As soon as we shoot a few, they go into hiding and become very sneaky.
    I’ve yet to be rodent free for the last 3 years at my place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccleroy View Post
    Thatíll thin out a few.....but not the main problem.


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    This......he probably has 7-10 causing his problems.

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    I have a buddy that is on a Bomb Squad. For “training” they have been known to come out and blow beaver dams.
    Quote Originally Posted by ecu1984 View Post
    Steelin' Ducks is the KRT of suppressors and such.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhogancu View Post
    Tell him if he ends up going the “professional” route and paying someone that advertises the service that it’s expensive as shit.

    My folks pond has a problem, they were quoted almost 5k for 7 days of set/checked traps.

    They are heeding kquinns advice
    5k is ridiculous. Expect to pay 1000-1500/week. You will have to call them back next yr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmettoTrooper View Post
    Between the beavers, muskrats and transient otters- it’s a full time job at my place.
    My Neighbor mentioned that they give off a scent that attracts other beavers and I believe it! As soon as we shoot a few, they go into hiding and become very sneaky.
    I’ve yet to be rodent free for the last 3 years at my place.
    Beaver scent has been known to attract things!

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