Post by bill1306 (Phil) on Feb 16, 2010 10:57:01 GMT -7
I have 100 of these cages for sale. Right now they are all in Grand Junction Colorado. Sometime this summer I will be bringing whatever hasn't sold back to Kansas. These traps are specially designed for catching bobcats and they are 12x20x36 inches, with 1x1 14 ga welded wire. The traps weigh 19.9 lbs each and when they are disassemble, they are 1 1/4x32x36 inches in size. I won't sell any of them in quantity of less than five, so if you're a trap manufacturer and want to steel my design, it will cost you the price of five traps minimum. If anyone is interested in large numbers, pm me and the price will be negotiable to some degree. Here is a small video of how they go together. When I start to assemble the first trap, there is 10 traps on the back of my four wheeler. For the guys that live trap out west, this is a good time to buy them, before I bring them back to Kansas.
slik1: Real nice put up for sure. Got any urine left? thanks, greg
Jan 8, 2015 19:11:17 GMT -7
ablazia: New to this forum, been trapping 20+ yrs... not that I'm a pro or anything like that, but I have more fun trapping than anything else.
Jan 30, 2015 20:52:44 GMT -7
cw: New to the forum. Just wondered what others thoughts are concerning the sale oflivec
Feb 14, 2015 18:08:14 GMT -7
cw: Whats anyones the thoughts about the live coyote selling to fox pens? Here in the southern US, tne pfo
Feb 14, 2015 18:13:16 GMT -7
bpcoon1122: There are a lot of fox pens in my area of northeastern NC
Mar 24, 2015 15:06:41 GMT -7
41magnum: Most pens in NC are in the Eastern 1/3. The pen owners and houndsmen assn hired McLeese (sp?) to block the proposed statewide fox trapping season, so we still can't trap fox in about 35 counties. They say there aren't enough foxes, but they run 24/7/365.
May 4, 2015 18:48:06 GMT -7
newtraps: Happy birthday Angela
Jun 29, 2015 12:26:44 GMT -7
bpcoon1122: Hello Wind Turbines Rock coon Hunter" Got your email about mink glands you have for sell and yes I need some preserved and ground thanks
Sept 5, 2015 14:44:04 GMT -7
lewis: Be Careful when planning to cut back on cat trapping in quota states. Contrary to popular belief the less cats being trapped will only result in lower cat quotas in the future, with managers believing that there are less cats, not less trappers.
Sept 9, 2015 17:38:53 GMT -7