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Articles: Traps
1Trapper's Corner: Armadillo
If you have ever traveled through the South-Eastern or South-Central parts of the United States then you have seen this animal. It is most often seen on the side of the road, splattered all over the place and known locally as "road kill." However, when you are hungry eat anything!
Also in:   CrittersFoodPoison
2Trapper's Corner: Booby Traps
I have published a couple articles on building traps to catch animals for food. But there are also traps made to catch people. Here's what to look for and how to avoid the traps others have set for you.
Also in:   PopularSafety
3Trapper's Corner: Brother Beaver
Learn how to hunt these beasts by recognizing their tracks, dams, and other signs. I have included details for trapping, cleaning, and even a collection of recipes for the adventurous cook.
Also in:   Food
4Trapper's Corner: More Traps & Snares
Did you practice all the snares and traps I talked about in my earlier article? Well, if you mastered those, here's a whole new set to make sure you don't go hungry.
Also in:   Basic SkillsFood
5Trapper's Corner: Traps and Snares
The first in a series of articles focused on trapping. Up first are some basic traps and trapping techniques. Read this or go hungry.
Also in:   Basic SkillsFood
6Trappers' Corner: Crawfish
Is it food or bait? Either way, here's what you need to know to catch and prepare crawfish for either purpose.
Also in:   FishingHow To
7Trappers' Corner: Muskrat
Certainly would be more appetizing if it was called the "Water Rabbit," but tracking, trapping, and preparing muskrat is the topic for this week's Trappers' Corner.
Also in:   Food
8Trappers' Corner: Netting Fish
Part two of my series on netting covers the use of nets in water. While we assume that your net will catch dinner, there is a wide variety of aquatic residents you don't want to find mixed in with dinner. Here's what to look for and what to avoid.
Also in:   FishingFoodHow ToWater
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