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Five-foot high trap catches raccoon, fisher, & marten (not dogs).

posted May 11, 2012, 1:00 AM by John Reynolds   [ updated May 25, 2014, 10:37 PM by Doglover System ]
One feature of popular legislation (MN HF 2243/ SF 1736 for Safe Public Lands) to protect dogs is to allow traps to be set on poles or trees above their reach.

Three species that are effectively trapped in this way are raccoon, fisher, and marten.

One species that is protected is dog.

Leaning-pole sets: 3 ft. vs. 5 ft.