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Old 04-30-2012, 02:17 PM
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Cool Pennsylvania Fox Trapping at It's Best



In case you have not seen this . . .

Looks like Phil Brown in PA has lots of fox trapping success as you can see in the photos from the web links below.

I don't think I've ever seen someone with so many pelts before.

Saw this on Mike Hanback's blog, then did some web research, & finally e-mailed him with these 2 web sources since he was not sure where he got his photo from a few years ago. For more details, see web links below:



http://racksandspurs.proboards.com/i...t&thread=14384

"Pennsylvania’s Phil Brown might be the best fox trapper of all time. From November through January, no matter how cold, wet, muddy or miserable it is, Brown is out there laying down the steel."

“Come fall some guys live for deer hunting,” says Brown. “I trap.”






http://www.trapperman.com/forum/ubbt...eway_Shot.html


Phil Brown Driveway Shot

PSB1011

trapper

Registered: 11/26/10
Loc: PA


"I think this was 1980,when I was young and good-looking"



"around 1988"




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