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Re: Bush Cubby set for fox. [Re: Boco] #7698897
10/23/22 06:49 PM
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Yea that was a bad deal,Catch.His son traps around Fauquier someplace.
Northern Towns are all different to some extent.Loggers/mill workers in Kap,mostly Frenchmen.Cochrane-railroaders and loggers,mostly English.Timmins Mostly Miners-French English Fins and Croatians,always a rough town.Same as Sudbury.Kirkland Lake Miners also rough place back in the day.
Times have changed a lot.There used to be 70 bars in Timmins,and I drank in them all,lol.
Lots of Natives in the towns now compared to back in the day.


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Re: Bush Cubby set for fox. [Re: Boco] #7698920
10/23/22 07:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Boco
Yea that was a bad deal,Catch.His son traps around Fauquier someplace.
Northern Towns are all different to some extent.Loggers/mill workers in Kap,mostly Frenchmen.Cochrane-railroaders and loggers,mostly English.Timmins Mostly Miners-French English Fins and Croatians,always a rough town.Same as Sudbury.Kirkland Lake Miners also rough place back in the day.
Times have changed a lot.There used to be 70 bars in Timmins,and I drank in them all,lol.
Lots of Natives in the towns now compared to back in the day.

Yes times have changed, a lot. The younger generations sure ain't like us. I sit back sometimes and bet that up there around Rufus Lake hasn't changed much in 30 years, I sure hope it hasn't anyway. That'd be a shame if it has because it was dang near perfect. For a simple ole boy like me, it was a sight to behold.


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Re: Bush Cubby set for fox. [Re: Catch22] #7698944
10/23/22 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Catch22
Originally Posted by Boco
Yea that was a bad deal,Catch.His son traps around Fauquier someplace.
Northern Towns are all different to some extent.Loggers/mill workers in Kap,mostly Frenchmen.Cochrane-railroaders and loggers,mostly English.Timmins Mostly Miners-French English Fins and Croatians,always a rough town.Same as Sudbury.Kirkland Lake Miners also rough place back in the day.
Times have changed a lot.There used to be 70 bars in Timmins,and I drank in them all,lol.
Lots of Natives in the towns now compared to back in the day.

Yes times have changed, a lot. The younger generations sure ain't like us. I sit back sometimes and bet that up there around Rufus Lake hasn't changed much in 30 years, I sure hope it hasn't anyway. That'd be a shame if it has because it was dang near perfect. For a simple ole boy like me, it was a sight to behold.

Havent been there but if anything there will be less people now than 30 years ago.


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Re: Bush Cubby set for fox. [Re: Boco] #7698954
10/23/22 07:30 PM
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I wonder if this will work on coyotes ? I am looking to put a few song dogs up this winter.

Re: Bush Cubby set for fox. [Re: Boco] #7698996
10/23/22 08:22 PM
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Snare sets work well on wolves must be good for coyotes too.
I have caught a couple coyotes here at wolf jackpots,and coyotes are pretty rare around here.
Do your coyotes frequent bush areas?Or stay in the open.


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Re: Bush Cubby set for fox. [Re: Boco] #7699000
10/23/22 08:23 PM
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Thanks for the info, Boco. Nice dark fox in the photo. So in your area, the further north , the darker they are found. Even bigger in places. Like Alaska , too.

The diversity of colours in the red foxes just fascinate me.

Re: Bush Cubby set for fox. [Re: Boco] #7699032
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