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Idiot Fur Trapper traps a wolf

For
those wondering, the trapper only released the wolf because he did not
obtain a tag to legally kill one and his only concern would be suffering
the consequences for poaching. He is no friend of wolves. In his own
words:

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"there
are wolfs that are chipped here and i didnt have a tag plus without a
tag you cannot have in posession a pelt were´╗┐ not even allowed to skin
them without the DNR being present"
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Added: Feb-10-2013 Occurred On: Feb-10-2013
By: dingledd
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Tags: fur, trapping, trapper, wolf, wolves, animal, cruelty, hunting, dogs, coyote,
Location: Minnesota, United States (load item map)
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  • Comment of user 'HeyMaker69' has been deleted by author (after account deletion)!
  • So the trapper did the right thing, by releasing an accidentally trapped wolf, because it would be illegal to poach this animal. And he is an idiot? I think the poster is an idiot.

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    • @planedr True that!

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    • @planedr And what about harm done to that wolf? Pls put your leg in trap and tell me how does it feel? I am hunter but in my country traps are illegal.

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    • @bony333
      Oh cry me a river. You obviously know nothing about trapping. Trapping laws do not allow devices that injure the animals, like the old timey crushing and spiked traps. And trappers have to check on their traps at certain times to release any animals that might be accidentally caught.

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  • Nothing wrong with trapping and lawful sustainable harvesting. He let the wolf go because he didn't have a tag. You'd figure people would be happy about a guy abiding by the law.

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  • I trapped when I was a kid and to the dickless fag that posted this - if this guy wanted to he could have EASILY just shot that wolf (or clubbed it) and not put himself in danger at all trying to release it.

    The bottom line is he took a great chance to release that wolf taking into account it could have easily ripped his throat open and there would have been little he could have done about it. Gun or no gun he would have NOT won that fight.

    OP? Take your fucking cunt attitude back to PET More..

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  • Idiot Fur Trapper? Really now.

    Oh FFS, if he weren't that concerned, he wouldn't have released it, let alone film it.

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  • Wolves are dangerous - blowing down straw houses, dressing up as old ladies, huffing and puffing at pigs.
    And that guy just let him go.

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    • @MachineGhost Yeah it sure looked like the wolf wanted to attack him, even after he let it go it came right after him wow....or did it run straight for the woods.

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    • @MachineGhost "or did it run straight for the woods."

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  • Yes the pelt is good money but trappers are useless. If i ever used to stumble upon a trap i would trip it. What a terrible thing to do that animal suffers so much

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  • I will never understand "sport" hunting. Now, if you're hunting for food, fine. If you like to pretend you are more of a man by killing an unknowing animal from 300 yards away with a high-powered sniper rifle, cool, whatever floats your boat. And I also get that there are other legitimate reasons for neutralizing certain creatures. But hunting just for the fun of it, why? What is in it that attracts so many people? Do they pretend the deer or moose are communist invaders? I don't get i More..

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    • @-Tipping_Point- x2

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    • @-Tipping_Point- I can't speak for everybody, but I could certainly see how it could be addicting. I hunt for food (not a huge beef fan), but I absolutely love getting out and hunting. Which sometimes doesn't make sense because it can be -10 degrees out, but I will still go because of the fun. Maybe it could be just getting outside, the thrill of the hunt, or spending time with family and friends.... Something about hunting is just awesome.

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    • @-Tipping_Point- Humans are hunter gathers... we always have been, try to fucking fight it and deny yourself. Go buy your chicken and beef from the store and let someone else deal with the dirty work. BTW, there is over population of certain types of animals, and their "hunting" killing is condoned by all groups.

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    • @The Poetic Girly Warrior lolz, you just made my night you stupid dread locked half-wit!

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  • To the poster "dingledd", Don't fucking trail fish of someones video and act all high and mighty about it. He did the right thing.

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  • One day this douche will get his cock and balls caught in one of his traps, and his screams will attract a hungry pack of wolves. C'mon Karma, make it happen!

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  • What a beautiful creature! That is the wolf of course...

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  • "That was fun", he says.

    It wasn't fun for the wolf, and they could have made it less traumatic for the animal. Of course, they don't care about the animal.

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  • That wolf barks exactly like a dog. Then howls like a hound. Really cool. Nice doggie, that wolf.

    The guy is not talking to the wolf, telling him what is going on, how is the wolf going to know what to do to cooperate? People don't know how to talk to animals anymore.

    Get the dog whisperer in there, he'd have that wolfy laying down to get his belly rubbed.

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  • It's not cruelty. It's a way of life. There are people in this world that trap for a living and some who do it for a supplement to their income. Idiots who wish bad for these people are so out of touch and dont realize we are the top predators.I feel bad for those of you who don't know what you are. Damn I miss trapping.

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    • @takeanumber dude trapping is so 1790...

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    • @takeanumber Humans are not just predators, they are killers; the only and truly worst kind of animal, the one who kills others not even for material profit, but just for the profit. Just because we are to predators doesn't mean we should cause so much suffering to others. I say, instead of being top predators, why won't we become "lowest prey"? Wouldn't that be better? Our pathetic race is just a tiny few thousand years old and we still have so much to learn...

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    • @takeanumber maybe they could move out of the trapping field and into the filed of abbacus or typewriter repair. sorry, but poor life choices don't give someone an excuse to abuse nature imo.

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    • @Charcoal Profit = food on the table.

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    • @aureliusva How is it an abuse of nature? It's natural for man to hunt and trap. Are supermarkets and synthetic products more natural? Trapping is highly regulated to protect and maintain good animal populations. This couple actually demonstrated good stewardship of the land by releasing their incidental catch.

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  • Another posting done by someone who knows NOTHING about what they are posting. Incidental catches of non-targeted animals happen occationally and trappers release them unharmed. The trapper did exactly the right thing under the circumstances. Trapper is far from being an idiot, unlike the idiot that posted the video not knowing anything about the action going on.

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  • The description of the guy and the poster are to different things.In his own words he is saying that the law says he cannot keep it so according to the law he has to let it go so he does.He is following the law. The poster makes it sound like if he could get away with it TAG or not he would kill it but he is afraid that the DNR will find out so he does. Just twisting the words to make the poster look cool but he is more of a idiot then anyone.

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  • THANKS GUYS FOR LETTING THIS FELLA LIVE.... GOD BLESS YOU

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  • STOP HUNTING WOLVES... See what eradication did to the food chain in Europe. This makes me sick. I am from MN. We worship them. This is probably down south in MN. What he should have done is call the DNR to come tranq it so it could be brought back into the woods. He is clearly causing it more injury and distress.

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  • Al you anti hunter types need to go eat a vegetable and leave well adjusted people alone. Well, actually you can keep up the rhetoric. We don't care. Anti hunters have no idea how the animals would overpopulate and die painful deaths from disease. And wolves have been known to steal the cheeseburgers ya'll crave from the hardworking folks that raise them. Not a big impact on your pocket, but definitely one on the guy raising your steaks.

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  • If the wolf had avoided this trap then this whole scenario would have been avoided.

    Wolf to blame.

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  • Win/Win

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  • got my heart racing

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