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  1. found this today at an antique show. Obviously a trap of some discription so got it for my little collection. After a bit of digging its a Sara patent rabbit trap from around 1905. Still working but abit weak. Any trap collectors on here shed any more light on it?
  2. After reading through a few other discussion regarding the fenn mk6 being the only commercially available rabbit trap, in which to set in holes, and with many regarding it as being far less humane and simply not for the job as the jubys and imbras were, I thought a discussion on what would make a more effective, yet lightweight design, possibly taking features from all the traps mentioned above would make an appropriate and possibly, interesting topic. anyone with suggestions on what they believe makes the fenn not so ideal for the job and how it could be improved (possibly the ideal design for a mk2 'rabbit') and what makes the imbras and jubys absolutely powerhouses of rabbit killing machinery, please feel for free to put your opinions forward and get the ball rolling
  3. Just found 7 imbra rabbit traps in shed not sure if they are mrk 1 or 2 all got a slight covering of rust but all work any idea how much they would be worth. Got a picture of them but to big to upload.
  4. Hello all, A field boundary hedge bottom is a haven for rabbits and I think trapping is the way to go. I am considering ovelapping the existing pig netting with a smaller rabbit proof mesh, then making rabbit sized holes in it for tunnel traps. What is the minimum length of netting to be worth doing and how far apart should the holes be? Thanks.
  5. Went out saturday to set some peg wires and fence snares plus a few bodygrips i acquired .When i was at woodga's last weekend i asked him to show me how to set the bodygrips as i have been trying for ages,just couldnt get it right so set 5 BGS today and caught 3 rabbits in them so i didnt do bad.Finished the day on 9 rabbits so not a bad bag. A few pics of the day Rabbit trying to be invisable. the 3 rabbits caught in the BGS,the traps where all set with wire tunnels over them which i removed to take the pics.
  6. Saturday morning seen me and BODGERBEAR heading up to WOODGAS, for me to brush up on my snaring skills and BODGERBEAR to start learning PLUS TO PICK UP A BOOK FROM ROB SHARP THAT I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR NOW FOR TWO YEARS . I could tell Woodga was pleased to see me because as soon as I pulled up to his road he ran down the street, straight into his house and locked the door . It was a mixed weekend with a bit of trapping/snaring/shooting/lamping/dry stone walling. Here are a few pics of the weekend Woodgas got a few more pics of the snaring and trapping. We then decded to do a bit of drystone walling,to show BB how it goes Woodgas dogs marking,i think there is one in here Yes there was BB with his first rabbit out the walls Caught a few rabbits out the walls plus shot a few the terriers put out the rough,so back to woodgas as we was off lamping which didnt goto plan,ill let woodga say why if he wants to. Just before i left i went shopping ...........in woodgas shed Got meself a few fence snares,a few pegs snares and bodygripps So big thank you to woodga as always a true gent,thanks again He even cleaned me car
  7. Hi Guys I have been asked by a farmer to reduce the rabbits,no shooting and too thick under growth, so traps it is.He has 30 traps which we have cleaned however we have no instructions or any idea what to do. The traps are approx 2ft long and have a spring trap door,could some one scan and post up the instructions.Also any advice or tips to help us on our way would be much appreciated. cheers Fielddweller
  8. 1st make sure the trap is the correct way round you would be susprised how many dont. 2nd rub your hands in soil. 3rd allow the trap to rust a little this will make it less visible to thiefs and the rabbits. 4th dont use materials from another location to help cover the trap. 5th try to place in very well used tunnels not bolt holes youve seen the rabbits just run into.
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