trapline


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trap·line

 (trăp′līn′)
n.
1. A route or circuit along which a series of animal traps is set.
2. The traps set along such a route or circuit.

trapline

(ˈtræpˌlaɪn)
n
(Hunting) a line of traps set out by a hunter
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In the Wawa-Dubreuilville area, they compensated an Indigenous trapper for any loss of income occurring from the exploration activity on his trapline.
This little rig has accounted for a lot of wolves, but Trent is a trapper, so that's what he carries on his snow machine while running his trapline. In the days when aerial gunning was done for wolf control, ARs and Mni-14s in .223 were the most popular.
Not long ago a friend of mine called and said his neighbor had caught something in his trapline that was rather peculiar.
The round-nose version proved inhumane in trapline tests, failing to make quick kills, even with brain shots at point-blank range on coyotes and pigs.
A dream sabbatical in the Canadian wilderness turned into a nightmare for a Canadian family, when a bear killed a woman and her baby girl not far from their cabin while the unsuspecting child's father was walking a trapline. The tragedy happened on Monday in a remote area of Canada's Yukon province, local media reported citing a press release by the Coroner Service.
The pair, who appeared in the notorious Trapline Jump grime video, were convicted through DNA evidence and text messages in which they discussed obtaining guns with Jamaal Ahmed, who was jailed for six years after admitting conspiracy to supply firearms.
For each trapline, we estimated sample completeness (%) which is measured by sample coverage: the proportion of the total number of individuals that belong to the species detected in the sample (Chao and Jost, 2012).
A rifle offered more precision, but a handgun was far more manageable when snowshoeing down a trapline and provided adequate accuracy when administering a coup degrace.
Chittka, "A simple iterative model accurately captures complex trapline formation by bumblebees across spatial scales and flower arrangements," PLoS Computational Biology, vol.
Even if you're not trying to pattern the movements of a 200-inch whitetail, I can guarantee you'll enjoy running your little "virtual trapline." I find myself full of anticipation every morning, getting up early and rushing out to gather the two SD cards for downloading to see what's on them.
Born in 1954 in Swan River, a remote trapline in northeastern Saskatchewan, Halkett grew up in Red Lake and also on the Montreal Lake Cree Nation reserve, where his father was a band member.
Mr Sutley, who failed to return our calls and emails, went on: "Also, hunting on a trapline for kids - and I own a trapline, it borders our property - that's also legal." This involves lining a route with traps to lure prey.