Use this live
turtle trap for that "#!@#" turtle that keeps getting your fish!
Catch and remove your snapping turtle problem. Take your captured
turtle several miles away before you release it.
two major fish eating species here: the "COMMON SNAPPING TURTLE"
and the "ALLIGATOR SNAPPING TURTLE".
ROAMS THESE PARTS: SE Canada, W Rocky
Mountains, throughout Mexico and as far as Equador. KNOWN FOR: Very mobile
head and snapping beak like mouth.
INTERACTION AND PURPOSE: Sometimes hunted for their meat
(see recipe above),
YES, THEY DO GROW LARGER THAN THIS! Any one missing
a cat or dog?
Choose a relocation area for the turtle. For snapping turtles,
look for a large body of water, at least five miles away.
Otherwise, it may find its way back. Make sure the relocation spot
has a plentiful natural food supply.
Purchase our turtle trap. Attach the trap to a rope
at each end of your pond to anchor it. To remove the turtles,
simply pull the trap in by the rope.
Place bait in your trap. Whole fish or strips of fish work best
for snapping turtles, but you also can use any raw meat. Wrap your
bait with rope or put it in a sack and attach it to the inside of
Put your trap in a location where you've spotted snapping
turtles. They tend to dwell in shallow water near submerged
branches. Make sure to have the trap partially exposed so the
turtle can get air and not drown.
Check your trap daily. As soon as you've caught a snapper,
remove it and place it in a strong cardboard or plastic box. Move
it to your chosen relocation spot as soon as possible to save the
turtle trauma. Be careful of your finger. Snapping Turtles
can BITE! (See video below for example)
It really works!
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is currently empty
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