How To Make Martin Box Traps (With Free Plans)
To trap martins and similar-sized fur-bearers, a lot of trap sets are required – the most popular being “martin boxes.” A typical trapper could need dozens of them, which is where costs can begin to pile up.
But what if you could make your own martin boxes for half the price of store-bought, plus your home-made ones had the useful feature of an enclosed bait compartment?
If that’s a lure for your interest, maybe you should check this video out. I am providing free plans (see video for details). The video provides detailed, step-by-step construction tips and instructions.
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