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Bridger 1.75 Offset Jaw Predator Trap
A strong and compact design that works well for a variety of furbearing game, the Bridger 1.75 Offset Jaw Predator Trap makes a great choice for the mixed species trapper. Specially sized to be legal in virtually every state, this offset jaw design combines tough steel construction with 2 compact coil springs to deliver secure holding power. Strong and sturdy enough for fox, coyote, bobcat, and raccoon, this sure-holding trap comes standard with a night latch dog and double posted pan, heavy swivels, quality straight link machine chain, music wire springs, and an added baseplate with D-Ring. Features 10" of #2 Chain with heavy duty swivels on either end. Outside jaw spread (top to bottom): 5-1/8". Weight: 1.5 lbs. Manufacturer model #: B-134-01.
Strong and compact coil spring trap
Offset jaw design - great for fox, coyote, bobcat, and raccoon
Specially sized to be legal in virtually every state
Cost effective, efficient design for harvesting furbearers or controlling pests
Durable steel construction with 2 compact coil springs
Smart choice for mixed species trappers
Web ID: 13351
Rated 1 out of
Not effectiveOne has to be a BIG time miracle dreamer to catch 36" beaver in this little 6" trap. Keep dreaming, but don't waste your money on a piece of useless toy.
Date published: 2017-08-30
Rated 5 out of
Tough beaver trapsThese traps were exactly what I was looking for to catch beaver. After setting the pan tension are dying they have both caught a couple flat tails and are in excellent shape to catch more!
Date published: 2015-12-04
Rated 5 out of
Nice trapsI took what was 3 perfectly well made traps, and modified them for trapping hogs. The Bridger traps seem well made, and easy to use. I disassembled the traps 1 at a time, so I had one to model how they went back together. I was successful in removing all the parts. I made my modifications and reassembled the traps. Pay close attention to the trigger. Some tend to be easier, others take more travel to trip. I would buy again. Improvements could be a detailed diagram with a parts list. Other than that, your good to go with these.