I figured this deserved a new discussion off of the group wall... A place to put your complaints and to talk about your experiences with the brass and 6-strand picture cord snares. Lets hear your opinions, stats, tips, etc. for catching and (hopefully not) loosing rabbits. Has anybody had good/bad experience with the modified snare? …See More
"I found with the brass you have to be very carful when looping the eye. You have to do it by hand. If you loop the wire over, and bite down with a pair of pliers to spin the eye it makes the snare extremely weak. Just try a few and test to see how…"
"Brandon, In the Terra Nova area i had about half of my rabbits shredded to pieces or chewed on while still in the snares.
Anybody having extreme difficulty with the 6-strand or brass? I set up about 30 snares on the west coast last…"
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"That should do the trick - I would be more than comfortable with a .22LR semi up against coyote(s). Do you have a detachable magazine, or a tube magazine? If its detachable, purchase another and throw it in your pocket.
We took one down with a…"
"From about 5 mornings and 5 evenings of looking around:
20 - Central (Terra Nova area) - bagged one juvenile scaup, most of them seemed to be divers, also a few mallards.
20 - Avalon (near Town) - mostly blacks,…"
"@ Steve B - Are you sure you can hunt using a .22LR with a Coyote Shooting Permit?!?!?! Or are you referring to if you also have a small game license and are within that season? This is directly from wildlife's…"
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