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Bad day for beaver by maryjane
Started on: 12-03-2019 03:12 PM
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Report this Post12-03-2019 03:12 PM Click Here to See the Profile for maryjaneSend a Private Message to maryjaneEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Caught him last night and hung him low in a tree for coyote bait.






Weighed about 20 lbs. Female..pregnant I believe.

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Dam it!
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I was hoping this was going to be about my favorite 1950's sitcom... but no such luck.

Beaver's Bad Day
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Mrs Cleaver to Ward after a long steamy love tryst the night before.....

"Ward, don't you think you were a little hard on the beaver last night?"
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This is my Wife's favorite bed time story. Same expression and all.

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Seems like a shame to let a beaver pelt go to waste. Would make a fine hat/cap for you or, maybe a nice set of insulated underwear assuming it's big enough. Just how big is yer head? Never mind, I don't want to know that information...………..

If not, maybe a nice coin purse for the little lady.

Rams

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Report this Post12-05-2019 11:26 AM Click Here to See the Profile for maryjaneSend a Private Message to maryjaneEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I so had to borrow the Brenda's Beaver vid to post elsewhere!!



Bad week...they don't learn. Caught in the same set last night...at same location. Connibear don't play.


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Beaver hindquarters is pretty good eatin'.

Make sure to remove the castor glands and oil sacks when you skin your beaver.

Put the hindquarters of the beaver in a Crock-pot with carrots, potatoes, an onion, garlic, celery and some spices.

After five hours in the Crock-pot, your beaver meat should taste just like a brisket
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Report this Post12-15-2019 09:59 AM Click Here to See the Profile for maryjaneSend a Private Message to maryjaneEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
The Great White Trapper continues toward his goal.....


host picture
This one is younger & smaller, but just as dead.

Still work to be done, as I can tell they continue to work on one of their lodges.

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A new kind of nuisance critter tried to test the mighty conibear and lost.
First one of these particular 100% carnivores I've ever seen on my property...hope it's the last one.




River otter. He shoulda stayed in the river.



my work is never done...........

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River otter. He shoulda stayed in the river.


So, you're sayin' he otter know better.
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And another one gone..........Saw him fighting the trap yesterday morning thru binoculars from my upstairs window but it was pouring down rain so I waited till yesterday evening to remove him. Smallest so far.



There are more, as I can see new work as been done on the lodge at the end of the penisula. They've put more mud over the sticks and limbs that form the structure.
I do feel I'm finally making a dent in them this winter, but it's difficult to tell just how many colonies are in the pond system. I've learned a lot regarding their habits and how and where to trap them instead of just waiting around each night to shoot them.
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Originally posted by Boondawg:

Beaver hindquarters is pretty good eatin'.

Make sure to remove the castor glands and oil sacks when you skin your beaver.

Put the hindquarters of the beaver in a Crock-pot with carrots, potatoes, an onion, garlic, celery and some spices.

After five hours in the Crock-pot, your beaver meat should taste just like a brisket


Could smoke em with wood chips just for irony sake
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It would be nice to get rid of the annoying Canadian Bieber.
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The work is never done.......conibear don't play..



Just got him hauled off to the back of the property and saw another when I was coming back across the dam , but didn't have the rifle on the 4 wheeler.




I'll set out there on the 4 wheeler with the 7.62 and pop him if he comes that close to shore again.

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I need you over by our house. Beavers have taken down most of the trees by the creek, and despite the Conservation guys coming out and trapping all of them, trees continue to miraculously go down.
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Report this Post03-29-2020 04:28 PM Click Here to See the Profile for maryjaneSend a Private Message to maryjaneEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
on a roll now.

great white trapper.......

i have to be making a dent in them by now....maybe
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We all no where to go in the COVID APOCOLYPSE, MJ's House of Beaver.

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Pulled the SD card this morning and evidently last time I put the SD card back in and formatted it, I accidentally switched from photo to video and found I now have 8 dead AA batteries that aren't but a few days old, nearly 30gb and about 20 hrs of nothing but 1 bullfrog, a lot of little waves on the water, hrs and hrs of weeds and grass blowing in the wind, one cow that walked in front, and 2 tiny white spiders that crawled across the lens.... them batteries ain't cheap.



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I would hope that you could find a connection to process the furs but, I do not know what to do.
I am jealous of the amount of beaver you get!
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Pulled the SD card this morning and evidently last time I put the SD card back in and formatted it, I accidentally switched from photo to video and found I now have 8 dead AA batteries that aren't but a few days old, nearly 30gb and about 20 hrs of nothing but 1 bullfrog, a lot of little waves on the water, hrs and hrs of weeds and grass blowing in the wind, one cow that walked in front, and 2 tiny white spiders that crawled across the lens.... them batteries ain't cheap.




You might be missing a real opportunity.

Perhaps if you installed a good night vision webcam and charged for subscriptions: "Beaver Vision"
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