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    The MNR has placed beaver traps in the Komoka ponds in London. Apparently the beaver are interfering with the new sewer lines installed for the nearby new subdivision. - raising the height of the water or something.

    I assume you trappers would know what kind of trap the MNR would use. I would like instructions on how to release a trap from from the dog's leg if that should happen. Even a google pic would be really helpful. My dogs like to swim in those ponds.

    Traps will be removed at some point, but highly unlikely they will be able to find them all imo.

    Thanks you for your help.

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    Their head traps, keep your dogs away. Their’s a $5,000.00 fine for interfering with a trap. I know, my neighbour killed my dog.
    Last edited by Greenhorn; May 5th, 2018 at 03:59 PM.

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    These would be killing traps and should be underwater...best bet us to keep all digs away unroll thy are done.

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    Thanks , I do plan to do that but I find it hard to believe they will be able to find and remove ALL of them when the time comes.

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    Oh no, I take my dog there swimming during the summer. Hopefully they don’t leave any behind. That’s scary with all the people and there pets that use the area.

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    Traps are expensive. He won’t leave any behind. They are well tied to branches with heavy wires. Keep your dogs away and safe. Good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deer Hunter View Post
    Traps are expensive. He won’t leave any behind. They are well tied to branches with heavy wires. Keep your dogs away and safe. Good luck
    ^What he said.^

    There was an article in the Free Press a couple weeks ago about it. Also all over social media. Of course there is the usual rhetoric about the need to live trap and relocate, instead of erradicate, from all the usual suspects.

    http://lfpress.com/news/local-news/b...pset-parkgoers
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    The cony bears are expensive and are usually used under water, but they also use them in a box with a wire mesh back. Two people or a special tool needed to open them.

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    Very likely set by a trapper.Ive done it for the MNR and i have a freind that traps a lot for them.

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    Kill the beavers ,save the wolf's eating all the caribuo lol.

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