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Free access for beaver trapping
 

 

 Location is just mins from Bismarck. Text me at 701-595-2129 if you are interested in trapping beaver. Only an experienced trapper wanted. We will meet out there to discuss the location. There will be approx 1.5 miles of creek access. This will be available for trapping only, no guns. Hunting/fishing will not be permitted. I do not know the population, but it apprears to be high based on vegatation destruction at a number of locations. Thanks for your consideration.

 
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 So you want something for nothing? 

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MuskyManiac Said:
 So you want something for nothing? 

  I think he is trying to give something away. 

 

 

 

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 So you want something for nothing? 

  I think he is trying to give something away. 

If that's the case I need someone to trap beaver in my yard in the middle of Grand Forks. No access to anything but a park, but you can keep the beaver (minus the tail......I want to eat it)

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MuskyManiac Said:
 
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MuskyManiac Said:
 So you want something for nothing? 

  I think he is trying to give something away. 

If that's the case I need someone to trap beaver in my yard in the middle of Grand Forks. No access to anything but a park, but you can keep the beaver (minus the tail......I want to eat it)

Never heard of eating the tail ,   It looks like it would be tough.    Is it good ?    Are you pulling my leg ? 

 

 

 

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typical musky fisherman.....having it for supper tomorrow though! 

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 So you want something for nothing? 

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I've had pickled beaver tail. 

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I've had pickled beaver tail. 

 What tribe are you guys related too ?    I live in the Hills all my life and never heard of eating beaver or beaver tail till just now.   

 

 

 

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Sorry--had to jump on the PC.  No...not pulling your leg.  Beaver tail from my buddy The WildNorth.

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lol.... her folks were up from florida one summer and he wanted to try pickled beaver tail. One of her aunts here in Mandan either got one or had one in the freezer so they pickled it up.

It wasn't bad but not something I just have to have.

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I've had pickled beaver tail. 

 What tribe are you guys related too ?    I live in the Hills all my life and never heard of eating beaver or beaver tail till just now.   

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 Awesome stuff,  Funny how cultures vary from one area to the next.  My dad grew up doing a lot of trapping s but never ate any of it.    Guess growing up on a farm and having animals and lots of Venison around nobody ever got that hungry.   Not saying I wouldn't try it if someone else cooked it up but I would snare rabbits before I would  eat a ......    well you know . 

 

 

 

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 Watch some of his other cooking vids. That guy is awesome. 

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bckhntr Said:
I've had pickled beaver tail. 

 What tribe are you guys related too ?    I live in the Hills all my life and never heard of eating beaver or beaver tail till just now.   

                                                                        

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bckhntr Said:
I've had pickled beaver tail. 

I've had beaver tail while pickled but never pickled beaver tail.

It's not that bad.

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 Watch some of his other cooking vids. That guy is awesome. 

           That guy is a true bushman. 

 

 

 

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I feel sorry for his wife...

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Geothermal Said:
 
bckhntr Said:
I've had pickled beaver tail. 

 What tribe are you guys related too ?    I live in the Hills all my life and never heard of eating beaver or beaver tail till just now.   

                                                                        

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 When he eats that moose nose in one of those videos I wanted to throw up.  

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MuskyManiac Said:
 So you want something for nothing? 

He is just trying to help fellow trappers. People are always looking for places to trap. It is called a nice gesture.

 


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skoalongcut Said:
 

MuskyManiac Said:
 So you want something for nothing? 

He is just trying to help fellow trappers. People are always looking for places to trap. It is called a nice gesture.

Yes.

 

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MuskyManiac Said:
 So you want something for nothing? 

He is just trying to help fellow trappers. People are always looking for places to trap. It is called a nice gesture.

what nice people on here???

Dead animals don't need fur anyway!!!!!!!!!!
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NICE! 

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bckhntr Said:
I've had pickled beaver tail. 

I've had beaver tail while pickled but never pickled beaver tail.

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 No kidding, guy wants to get rid of a beaver problem and gives access to his land for someone to trap and make a few dollars and ya jump down his throat. Some of you amaze me. If it was a spot to deer hunt, I bet you guys would gladly help. No wonder more land owners are posting their land

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jigaman Said:
I feel sorry for his wife...

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Geothermal Said:
 
bckhntr Said:
I've had pickled beaver tail. 

 What tribe are you guys related too ?    I live in the Hills all my life and never heard of eating beaver or beaver tail till just now.   

                                                                        

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 If you haven't found anyone.. I will do it for free and will trap them to the best of my ability.
i am more than willing to do it.

 

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fishingfettig Said:
 If you haven't found anyone.. I will do it for free and will trap them to the best of my ability.
i am more than willing to do it.

But what are your intentions with the beavers tail?

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 The only plan I have with the tail is to skin the tail and tan it into leather with maybe one of them.  Other than that the thing I am going to do is skin it , and if anyone want the meat they can have it.

 

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I wonder what one would sell for on Ebay ?   Someone would buy it just to say they had one. 

 

 

 

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Geothermal Said:
I wonder what one would sell for on Ebay ?   Someone would buy it just to say they had one. 

They seem to be selling for around Twenty Bucks (high end). If the pelt is still attached they seem to be going much higher. Hundred Bucks or more.

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Geo, those Trtle Mtn beaver are as good as beef.  My daughter actually like it better that beef.  I have brought it to te school where I work many times and have never brought any home.  I have never tried the tail, but have in te past sold them to a guy in Michian who made billfolds out of them.

roasted,
bbq'ed
shredded w/sauce on bun!

Just have to take care of them right.  

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Geothermal Said:
I wonder what one would sell for on Ebay ?   Someone would buy it just to say they had one. 

They seem to be selling for around Twenty Bucks (high end). If the pelt is still attached they seem to be going much higher. Hundred Bucks or more.

 Haha  Your right , I had to go check , I thought you were pulling my leg.    The bare tail looks a bit used like someone already took a bit out of it.   Now the guy selling it will wonder why his counter picked up several hundred numbers tonight.  


 

 

 

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Watch your ass as the Beaver ends up trapping you.

 Nuke the Whales

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Trapper,
 Did the old timers in your part of the Mountains eat them ?    I remember some "Hippies" in the early 70s were going to homestead up here and they trapped muskrats and ate them .  The old timers laughed like crazy at them.   The old timers talked about eating a few different  critters but they never mentioned Beaver.   

 

 

 

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Queers.

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 Yep, rat qtrs. too! Stir fried.

i actually grew up on the prairie by the river, but if it was edible the parents made us eat it if we killed it, not much went to waste on the farm growing up.