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Re: NFC: Minnow Traps and Rain
Good advice. This happened to me once last year. Left a trap at a remote
site overnight and heavy rains came in. The next day the trap was
completely covered with mud and not even visible. I was hard pressed to
get it out of the muck and I saw no evidence of anything having been in
it, although it's posible that eveything was "chewed up" by the heavy
On Tue, 25 May 1999, Joshua L Wiegert wrote:
> Hey All.
> Just a quick note.. if you plant a minnow trap on a softbottomed body of
> water and get a good rain, pulli t out fast... Heavy storms today filled
> my trap with a nice thick, murky silt, killing everything in it.... Sadly,
> looked like a good catch of Shiners.
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