More and more lovers of hunting are tryingto invent new traps in order to catch a decent prey. But they are not so cheap, and given that 50% of them are lost, hunters are afraid to buy traps. Of course, they can be hidden, but this does not guarantee that the other hunter will not find them. The beaver should be placed on the beaver very carefully, masking and entangling the tracks well. Setting such traps, you should pay attention to the peg to which they are attached.
After all, it is he who can issue the locationtrap. Therefore, instead of a peg, you can use a float, but one that can hold both the trap and the beaver. In addition, it should be tied to the shore, since there is a possible strong current and then you can not find the prey (it is best to use a strong cord that will not be visible in the water). Sometimes, coming to the shore, you can see that your float is near the shore and few will guess that there is a trap with a beaver. Just pull the cord and pull out your prey. The beaver is mounted on the beaver in many ways, but the main thing is that it is properly camouflaged. Traps are made of special steel and should not break. The beaver on the beaver resembles traps for otters, muskrats and raccoons. They are made of approximately one material and are effective help to hunters.
It is considered popular hunting for badgertraps. Very often, traps are placed right near the burrow, so that, coming out of it, the badger falls into a trap. The bait is meat, which is placed near the trap. The choice of trap should be taken very seriously: it must be strong, framework and two-spring. This type of hunting requires quality masking and processing. Traps should be installed on the slope of the mountains, at the entrance to the burrow, on the paths along which the badger may walk and, of course, in the places of the "toilet" (a hundred meters from the animal's burrow). Badgers by nature are very clean animals, in addition, they are attentive and can unravel your disguise, in which case they will change their habitual places and paths to others. An animal can dig a trap or even dig it out.
Very often hunters grab badgers near their"Toilet": this is a permanent place, which can easily be seen: a dug hole with a depth of 10 cm, and a diameter of 25 cm. In such cases, traps should be put on the way to the cherished place. A wise hunter knows that, trapped in a single trap, the animal begins to rush in panic in different directions, so there must be another trap nearby. As a result, a badger can not escape anywhere, he will be in a desperate situation.
Hunting with traps should be carefully thought outand is calculated. Allowing one mistake, you can stay without mining. Whether you put a trap on an beaver or badger - it does not matter, the main thing is correct tactics, bait and disguise. Therefore, before hunting, find out how the animal lives, how it feeds and on what paths it walks, and then in full arms, start hunting. Animals have become even smarter, they easily feel the objects or fresh traces, so you need to do everything carefully and without haste.