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2018/19 wolf hunt trapline trips
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Contributors to this thread:
Babine Guide 09-Nov-18
Kodiak 09-Nov-18
Zbone 09-Nov-18
Brit 09-Nov-18
BOWNBIRDHNTR 09-Nov-18
Goat Guide 24-Nov-18
Bou'bound 25-Nov-18
trackman 25-Nov-18
Finey 25-Nov-18
kota-man 25-Nov-18
Zbone 25-Nov-18
TrapperKayak 26-Nov-18
Babine Guide 26-Nov-18
Zbone 26-Nov-18
rock50 26-Nov-18
Brotsky 26-Nov-18
dickbird 26-Nov-18
Babine Guide 27-Nov-18
Babine Guide 27-Nov-18
spike buck 27-Nov-18
t-roy 27-Nov-18
Zbone 27-Nov-18
No Mercy 06-Dec-18
Franklin 06-Dec-18
Bou'bound 06-Dec-18
jmiller 06-Dec-18
Babine Guide 16-Dec-18
Babine Guide 16-Dec-18
Babine Guide 16-Dec-18
Babine Guide 16-Dec-18
Babine Guide 16-Dec-18
Babine Guide 16-Dec-18
Mark Watkins 17-Dec-18
Altizer 17-Dec-18
Babine Guide 18-Dec-18
Babine Guide 19-Dec-18
Babine Guide 19-Dec-18
No Mercy 20-Dec-18
Babine Guide 20-Dec-18
Babine Guide 20-Dec-18
kota-man 20-Dec-18
Babine Guide 28-Dec-18
Babine Guide 28-Dec-18
DL 28-Dec-18
Babine Guide 28-Dec-18
Babine Guide 28-Dec-18
t-roy 28-Dec-18
Missouribreaks 29-Dec-18
Goat Guide 30-Dec-18
Goat Guide 30-Dec-18
BULELK1 31-Dec-18
Huntcell 31-Dec-18
Goat Guide 02-Jan-19
Goat Guide 02-Jan-19
Goat Guide 02-Jan-19
Goat Guide 02-Jan-19
Goat Guide 06-Jan-19
Babine Guide 08-Jan-19
Babine Guide 09-Jan-19
Goat Guide 10-Jan-19
Goat Guide 10-Jan-19
Carcajou 10-Jan-19
Wayne Helmick 10-Jan-19
kota-man 10-Jan-19
Babine Guide 10-Jan-19
pete53 11-Jan-19
Babine Guide 17-Jan-19
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Babine Guide 17-Jan-19
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rodb 18-Jan-19
Babine Guide 21-Jan-19
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Wayne Helmick 21-Jan-19
Babine Guide 21-Jan-19
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Babine Guide 23-Jan-19
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Babine Guide 29-Jan-19
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Babine Guide 30-Jan-19
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Carcajou 30-Jan-19
DEMO-Bowhunter 30-Jan-19
Babine Guide 31-Jan-19
Babine Guide 03-Feb-19
Goat Guide 06-Feb-19
Goat Guide 06-Feb-19
Goat Guide 08-Feb-19
Goat Guide 12-Feb-19
Goat Guide 15-Feb-19
Goat Guide 15-Feb-19
Goat Guide 16-Feb-19
leftee 17-Feb-19
Babine Guide 17-Feb-19
Babine Guide 17-Feb-19
Babine Guide 17-Feb-19
Medicinemann 18-Feb-19
Babine Guide 19-Feb-19
Goat Guide 21-Feb-19
dm/wolfskin 22-Feb-19
Machias 23-Feb-19
Babine Guide 10-Mar-19
Babine Guide 10-Mar-19
Mark Watkins 11-Mar-19
From: Babine Guide
09-Nov-18

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It's starting to get to that time of year again. We're just finishing up our last moose hunt and starting to think about getting ready for the trapline. Yesterday I made up about 50 wolf and started to get some baits out . One of the moose clients this trip wanted to get a lynx and we ended up getting this big Tom out on the trapline with him yesterday. There is a lot of lynx this year again. Our first client arrives on Dec. 13th and we will go till the end of February. We had a client pass away who was booked in for Jan. 20th and also one who was booked in for Jan. 8th who had to move the trip to the following year due to a school schedule change. So we now have a couple spots open for this winter. The trips are 6 days and cost $7500 Canadian plus tax, tags and licenses. The trip includes 2 wolves, and 1 of each other species caught or shot during the trip. Feel free the PM me or call 1-250-697-6249 if you're interested.

From: Kodiak
09-Nov-18

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From: Zbone
09-Nov-18
Cool... Always look forward to this annual thread... Thanks...

From: Brit
09-Nov-18
Love this thread every year,great pics.

From: BOWNBIRDHNTR
09-Nov-18
Can't wait to follow along again this year. Always one of the best!!

From: Goat Guide
24-Nov-18

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Started collecting lots of bait and preparing traps for the first trip in the middle of December but it is still very warm and hardly any snow. We still even have a boat in the water with no sign of freezing on the lake so far.

From: Bou'bound
25-Nov-18
how was the moose season this year

From: trackman
25-Nov-18
Thanks for the up date

From: Finey
25-Nov-18
I can’t even imagine the smell coming from that trailer. But I love this thread.

From: kota-man
25-Nov-18
I’m going to do this trip someday Jack and Lloyd...If my January wasn’t already booked, I would’ve already called! ;)

From: Zbone
25-Nov-18
Curious - Those round things, are those guts?

From: TrapperKayak
26-Nov-18
You got a lotta guts hunting them thar predators... ;)

From: Babine Guide
26-Nov-18
The moose season went good this year. At the end it slowed down because we didn't get any snow. We will collect 2 times the amount of bait that's on that trailer every week till about the middle of January. Then the bait needs will slow up to a truck load or 2 a week.

From: Zbone
26-Nov-18
So those are moose guts?

From: rock50
26-Nov-18

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Best..............trip............ever

From: Brotsky
26-Nov-18
This trip looks like so much fun every year! Really looking forward to following along. Stay safe and best of luck to you and your hunters again this winter!

From: dickbird
26-Nov-18

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Did it several years ago, great trip. These guys are the real deal.

From: Babine Guide
27-Nov-18
Your mounts really turned out good Richard, those are cow guts.

From: Babine Guide
27-Nov-18
Your mounts really turned out good Richard, those are cow guts.

From: spike buck
27-Nov-18
Taxidermist did an excellent job on your wolves dickbird. Rock50, great scenery. Awesome thread.

From: t-roy
27-Nov-18
Always a great thread! Where do you guys get your offal, etc., for your baits? Mostly roadkill?

From: Zbone
27-Nov-18
Thanks Babine Guide...

t-roy - I suspect from the slaughter house...8^)

From: No Mercy
06-Dec-18
Waiting............ :-)

From: Franklin
06-Dec-18
I don`t think people realize how much work handling a barrel full of guts is. The weight alone is massive. You certainly aren`t afraid of hard work.

From: Bou'bound
06-Dec-18
this is always a great thread and well done in that you don't show live animals trapped before being shot.

From: jmiller
06-Dec-18
I love running my little line in North Dakota, that trip would be a dream come true!

From: Babine Guide
16-Dec-18

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a batch of snares boiled and ready to set.
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a batch of snares boiled and ready to set.
The first trip is well underway. It has had some challenges so far. It has been warm and no snow. The winter was about a month late in getting started. It has finally come though. This is the first time that I can remember that the lake wasn't frozen by the middle of December. We're a couple days into the trip and have caught 4 species so far. We spent last night in one of the cabins waiting to see if any wolves would come in, we only seen a coyote. We decided to pass on it hoping that a wolf would come by.

From: Babine Guide
16-Dec-18

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The first animal on the trip. A marten
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The first animal on the trip. A marten

From: Babine Guide
16-Dec-18

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16-Dec-18

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16-Dec-18

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From: Babine Guide
16-Dec-18

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last snare that we checked today
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last snare that we checked today

From: Mark Watkins
17-Dec-18
Here we go!

A Bowsite Classic for sure!!!

Mark

From: Altizer
17-Dec-18
My favorite thread.

From: Babine Guide
18-Dec-18
Today not a lot happened. We got a bunch of marten and a weasel. We seen some new wolf sign in one of the areas so we set up a bunch of snares there. Tomorrow we're going to stay out at one of the outpost cabins.

From: Babine Guide
19-Dec-18

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We had a little excitement at the cabin. When we got there, there was wolf tracks all over and they were howling down the lake. It sounded like about 5 wolves or so. In the morning when it got light the wolves weren't around. At 9 a single wolf popped out on the lake shore about 500 yards down. It started to come towards us and it lied down 400 yards away. After about 10 minutes it got up and started towards us. At 300 yards it stopped, if it turns right we have a clear shot. It turned left and went up into the trees. On the drive home we seen a lynx at the end of a long straight stretch. We got to about 50 yard of where it went off the road and we set up an electronic call. After about 15 minutes the lynx popped out in front of us at 30 yards. Tony shot the big tom with a 17 and it only went about 15 yard. We checked a couple more lynx sets on the way home and got another big lynx.

From: Babine Guide
19-Dec-18

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From: No Mercy
20-Dec-18
AWESOME!

From: Babine Guide
20-Dec-18

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Today was Tony's last day and we'll be heading to the airport in the morning. Last night Tony said it sure would be nice to catch a fisher or wolverine tomorrow to end the trip.

From: Babine Guide
20-Dec-18

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We also got this big coyote in one of our wolf snares

From: kota-man
20-Dec-18
That’s either a HUGE coyote or a little guy! Great stuff as always Jack and Lloyd.

From: Babine Guide
28-Dec-18

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We have new guy that came in last night and started today. Jack is doing this trip before he goes to the Dallas show. They aren't doing any hunting this trip, just trapping. Today they got a lynx, marten and weasel. They also set out more lynx sets, put out more wolf snares and a couple leg holds.

From: Babine Guide
28-Dec-18

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From: DL
28-Dec-18
What an exciting adventure. Keep the reports coming.

From: Babine Guide
28-Dec-18

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Jen and I stayed the cabin for Christmas this was the wolf tracks on the bait in the morning. It looks good for hunting there next hunt.

From: Babine Guide
28-Dec-18

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From: t-roy
28-Dec-18
Is it legal to shoot wolves with an artificial light at night? Can you shoot them at night under moonlit conditions?

Like others have said, one of the best threads on here. Looking forward to upcoming weeks!

29-Dec-18
Supporting trapping to control predators should be in every hunters best interest. Trappers and predator hunters need access, good move by private landowners to let them in and support their efforts.

From: Goat Guide
30-Dec-18

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Yesterday was a slow day with nothing in the traps. We just had a big dump of snow and it covered up all our snares. Today was much better day with a weasel, marten, coyote and a nice lynx. So far we have not seen any sign of wolves thou.

From: Goat Guide
30-Dec-18

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A nice pic of todays lynx

From: BULELK1
31-Dec-18
Very kool Thread as Always!!

One of these years, I wanna come Up and do this!!

Good luck, Robb

From: Huntcell
31-Dec-18
Wolfs are wising up, to dangerous to live next to the Babine clan, wolfs are heading south accross the border for refuge status.

From: Goat Guide
02-Jan-19

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The internet and phones have been down for 3 days which why no updates, but for the first two of those days this was all that happened. 1 Weasel, no tracks and warm wet weather. We spent some extra time putting up a last minute wolf station in a different area to try and make something happen but it will only have a 2 day soak before we check it.

From: Goat Guide
02-Jan-19

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Today started out better with the very first trap having this nice marten.

From: Goat Guide
02-Jan-19

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We checked another wolf station and had no luck but then had a great surprise with this fisher. For us catching a fisher is very rare.

From: Goat Guide
02-Jan-19

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After checking some more sets after the fisher we had no luck or even much sign of movement and on our drive back to the lodge while settling on the marten and fisher for the day a lynx ran across the road and we managed to take him with the 17 rimfire. Tomorrow is the last day and the last chance to hopefully ad another species to the trip.

From: Goat Guide
06-Jan-19
Sorry for the late update, we tried our best to get that darn wolf but just could not make it happen on this trip. We did get a couple of marten and weasel on the last day but still very little sign of wolf on the trapline. We did see lots of tracks at a bait station were we will be hunting thou off the trapline. We will be starting a couple new snare stations as the lakes start to freeze giving us access. Hunting wolves can be hard because it is illegal to hunt at night and most of the time that is when they come in.

From: Babine Guide
08-Jan-19

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Conrad showed up yesterday and we're going to mainly concentrate on getting a couple wolves. Maybe try calling in a lynx too. This morning he shot a coyote on the bait from the lodge window. Tonight we'll stay out at one of the cabins.

From: Babine Guide
09-Jan-19
We didn't have any luck at the cabin. Just as we were leaving we heard a wolf howling about a mile down the lake. We left all the bait that we brought with us and plan on staying there again over the weekend. We did get a black wolf in a snare on the way back to the lodge today though.

From: Goat Guide
10-Jan-19

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Hopefully Lloyd is having a better day than me, found a soft spot out in the middle of the lake.

From: Goat Guide
10-Jan-19

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I ran 400 yards of rope to the machine and after tying it up she finished breaking through. Skandik super wide track for sale with a little water damage CHEAP!!!!. Probably will not be available for pick up till spring. The seat is available thou.

From: Carcajou
10-Jan-19
My biggest FEAR!!!!

10-Jan-19
That'll get your attention. Glad (hope) you weren't alone and had to walk out.

From: kota-man
10-Jan-19
Dang Jack!

From: Babine Guide
10-Jan-19

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We went to one of the other cabins today and found that a couple wolves were hitting that bait. We set out some snares and plan on hopefully going back there Saturday night. Tomorrow night we're going to spend at the cabin we were at the first night that had all the wolf sign. This is Conrads 4th wolf hunt/trapping trip and this is the first Fisher he's caught. This big male with make a great mount.

From: pete53
11-Jan-19
great pictures ! sorry about snow-machine. thanks for posting pictures.Pete53

From: Babine Guide
17-Jan-19

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Sorry guys, I got busy and forgot to update the last few days of the trip.

From: Babine Guide
17-Jan-19

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When we seen 7 wolves on the lake but the closest they got was 600 yards. We watched them most of the day and kept thinking they were going to come in closer. In hind sight we should have walked closer and tried to howl them in.

From: Babine Guide
17-Jan-19

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17-Jan-19

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From: rodb
18-Jan-19
Do you think that after so many years of killing wolves that you are reducing the population some what? This year it doesn't seam like you are killing a lot of wolves.

From: Babine Guide
21-Jan-19
I don't think we have as many wolves as 5 years ago. We probably have the same number of packs but the pack size seems to be around 7 dogs where before the packs were probably averaging 12 wolves. A lot of the reason for not getting wolves this year is because of conditions. The lakes are now just freezing good and the wolves will start using them as a travel route. My last trip out I seem more wolf sign then anytime before this year.

From: Babine Guide
21-Jan-19

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I picked up Bill at the airport the other day and we went straight out to one of the cabins. There wasn't any fresh wolf tracks there, maybe a couple wolves were there a couple days prior. Nothing in the snares that first day, just a weasel in a marten trap.

From: Babine Guide
21-Jan-19

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We spent the next night at a different cabin. Thing were looking up. We caught 5 coyotes, a marten and a weasel on the way to the other cabin.

From: Babine Guide
21-Jan-19

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one of the coyotes was caught in a 330 that was set for wolverine

From: Babine Guide
21-Jan-19

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This coyote a wolverine got to it before we did.

21-Jan-19
Now that is something. I think unheard of. Have you ever caught a coyote in a body grip before?

From: Babine Guide
21-Jan-19

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There was lots of wolf sign at the second cabin but none can in while we were there. There was 4 coyotes that came in but we didn't shoot just in case the wolves were just around the corner. We were able to snag this wolf in a snare station on the way home today.

From: Babine Guide
21-Jan-19

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I think that's the 3rd coyote that we have caught in a body gripping trap. It seems like we get a fox or 2 every year in them though.

From: Babine Guide
23-Jan-19

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this marten is hanging around in the parking lot on the bait pile

From: Babine Guide
24-Jan-19

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We got the wolverine before he could eat anymore of our furs

From: Babine Guide
24-Jan-19

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This guy is built like a fall bear

From: Babine Guide
24-Jan-19
The wolverine that is

From: Babine Guide
24-Jan-19

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We called this lynx in with the Lucky Duck call. It walked right beside the truck to get to it.

From: Babine Guide
25-Jan-19

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I dropped Bill off at the airport tonight and on the way to town we decided to check a few sets. We snagged this nice lynx and another weasel.

From: Babine Guide
29-Jan-19

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Today was Jeff's first day and it was pretty good start. He got a shot at a coyote first thing this morning and we were able to trap a couple lynx and weasels. We also made a trip to town and got another load of bait. We plan on spending tomorrow night out at one of the other camps.

From: Babine Guide
29-Jan-19

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29-Jan-19

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From: Babine Guide
30-Jan-19
We didn't make it to the other cabin. On the way over we caught another lynx, a coyote and a wolf. The coyote and wolf weren't frozen so we came back and took care of them. We try to make it other to the other camp tomorrow.

From: Babine Guide
30-Jan-19

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From: Carcajou
30-Jan-19
The size comparison there of a good sized Coyote, and an equally good sized Wolf is pretty cool. Amazing difference in the size of the Wolfs head and feet compared to his smaller cousin.

30-Jan-19
So cool! Need to bring my boy up there in a couple years!

From: Babine Guide
31-Jan-19

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The one thing that Jeff said to me before he came up was that he wanted to try to get was a ptarmigan to mount with a lynx. This one flew in front of the truck on the home today and landed about 30 yards off the road. He took it with a 28 gauge.

From: Babine Guide
03-Feb-19

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one of the outpost cabins that we stayed at the last night of Bills trip
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one of the outpost cabins that we stayed at the last night of Bills trip
The last couple days Jeff and I had to fix all the sets. We had big dump of snow, strong winds and it got to -33 F this morning. We needed the cold to tighten up the ice. (maybe not quite that cold though.) We did get another lynx and coyote while going out and fixing the sets.

From: Goat Guide
06-Feb-19

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Yesterday was Charlie and Jay's first day and things were a little slow, we caught 1 weasel and had a wolverine visit one set with no luck.

From: Goat Guide
06-Feb-19

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Today went so much better with 2 wolves and a lynx. We saw much more wolf sign today than I have seen for a long time and expect that we will catch more soon. This one here is going to make a great life size mount.

From: Goat Guide
08-Feb-19

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A slow couple days with 2 marten and 1 weasel. Saw some wolverine sign and set some more traps hoping to catch him.

From: Goat Guide
12-Feb-19

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We had some movement with wolverine and a wolf through some wolf stations but we finished up the with another lynx. We are hoping to access another part of the trapline during the next trip if the ice is thick enough.

From: Goat Guide
15-Feb-19

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Started a new trip yesterday and had some luck with a weasel and a dandy coyote.

From: Goat Guide
15-Feb-19

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A happy family with one of the two lynx we caught today. We are very grateful for these cats because today was the last day of lynx season.

From: Goat Guide
16-Feb-19

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Today was an awesome day with a marten and this big male wolverine!!!!!! Things are starting to wind down and we are pulling many of our sets.

From: leftee
17-Feb-19
Great pics,thanks! Love the 'paw' shot of the Wolverine.

From: Babine Guide
17-Feb-19

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today was the day

From: Babine Guide
17-Feb-19

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17-Feb-19

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even got it started after changing the oils and drying all the wiring connections

From: Medicinemann
18-Feb-19
Who was the "lucky soul" that had to go into the water to hook up the snowmobile before you could winch it out?

From: Babine Guide
19-Feb-19

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From: Goat Guide
21-Feb-19

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Medicineman we were lucky to have gotten a rope tied to the machine before it broke through all the way and then just waited for the ice to thicken up. I dropped off the last trapline clients at the airport and what a great finish they had with this big male wolf. We will still be going after wolves until the end of March and will keep you posted.

From: dm/wolfskin
22-Feb-19
Is this year a little slower than the past?

From: Machias
23-Feb-19
Awesome thread, glad you were able to rescue the Skandic!! Those wolverines, sooo fat!!

From: Babine Guide
10-Mar-19

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It has been a little slower this year for the wolves, still lots of lynx and coyotes though. Today was a good day, we got 2 wolves and 2 more coyotes.

From: Babine Guide
10-Mar-19

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From: Mark Watkins
11-Mar-19
Congrats on another incredible year guys!!

Thanks for taking us along!

Mark

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