By: Bears Butt

I thought some of you might enjoy seeing what a trapping shed looks like when it’s near the end of the trapping season and the fur is almost all put up.


Bears Butt

March 24, 2013

Written on March 24th, 2013 , Daily Trapping Events, Uncategorized

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    Wapiti commented

    Are the close pins on the noses because of the smell in the Rat Shed?

    March 25, 2013 at 10:11 am
      Bears Butt commented

      HAHAHAHA! Those rats don’t give much of a care right now…but the fur buyers like to see uniformity and that is why we use them. The clothes pins hold the nose properly on the end of the stretcher and the rest of the hide forms to the sides of the stretcher. When it is all said and done, the only difference between one hide and the next is the length..they are all the same shape. We get top dollar for that!

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