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Kindle Edition , 72 pages. Published first published February 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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To ask other readers questions about The Trapper's Bible , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Duffy rated it it was amazing Feb 03, Ed Rhodes rated it really liked it May 09, Tony Kelly rated it liked it Jun 16, Hugh Vincent rated it liked it Jul 20, Frank rated it it was amazing Aug 30, Jon Michael Smith rated it really liked it May 24, There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I found the information and pictures in this book to be very informative and helpful as a beginner.

Only downside is that there was some confusion I have over the image for creating the lasso. It shows a loop on the end, but then in the very next image with the spring pole it shows that end of the lasso tied around the cord with no loop. And even says "Tie the wire snare to the cord I have my assumptions but I wish that detail would've been explained even in just one sentence. It also didn't make me want to get out and try to practice making a snare.

The Trappera (TM)S Bible: Traps, Snares & Pathguards

Overall, it's definitely going with me when I venture into the woods, worth every penny. As others have stated, there is nothing remotely biblical about this book. It is a useful introductory short read on forming a few types of traps and snares, but doesn't even pretend to discuss how to properly set or bait the trap for vaious game.

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Being from the author's backyard, I did find some of the Texas specific references interesting, but that was about it. I'd say the target audience is kids trying to snare a squirrel or the neighbors cat. There is a small amount of useful information and for that I give it 3 stars, but there is much better info available in a basic YouTube search. I'll be passing it along or maybe I'll use it as a picture book when I teach my little girl some of the primitive type stuff.

Skip this one if you have internet access and since you are reading this Short, sweet, and to the point! Great illustrations and instructions. This covers the basics of snaring and set up in many variations. Great for those just starting out. It does not cover every technique of snaring, nor does it cover tracking, or the best placement etc.

To call it "The Trapper's Bible" is definitely not the best title, but the rest of the title tells us exactly what it is.

The Trappera (TM)S Bible: Traps, Snares & Pathguards by Dale Martin

It teaches how to make and set snares for small and large game, how to build net snares and traps for removal of animals, and finally traps for protection or path guards. Much of this could be found on the internet but this will save you hours of searching and it covers the concept of a snare very well. I read it in an afternoon and now will be going back through it with a highlighter and pencil for notes while actually building and testing the snares. I really enjoyed this little gem and would recommend it to anyone wanting to better understand snares.

I would also recommend "Every man's guide to outdoor survival" it shows some of the same introductory basics from this book, but also shares a lot of important need to know survival tactics in a very concise and informative format. Everything you need to know to subsist in the wilderness" compiled by Amy Rost. These three books all compliment each other very well.

The Trapper's Bible is by no means the most complete guide to traps and snares. While it does cover the essential snares, and it provides plenty of material to start exploring the subject, it includes lacks in certain areas and the author readily acknowledges that there are hundreds of variations on traps. For example, the book contains few deadfall traps and omits some fairly basic ones.

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A very short discussion on game trails is included but that isn't really the purpose of this book, just a quick guide to how to build traps and snares. Excellent read for survival technique not a great guide on trapping.

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I suspect that was not the authors point he didn't sp If you want to just understand snares and how to make one, this is your book, very short to the point great graphics and pictures. I suspect that was not the authors point he didn't spend a lot of time talking about game trails and reading the land, just how to fashion a snare. Oct 17, Katlyn rated it really liked it. The book has an entertaining voice and fairly good descriptions of various traps, although some were hard to follow and took a minute of examining the drawings to understand what he was getting at. I've found i've had to approach the particulars with trial and error to sort of fill in the gaps, but snares are simple machines with endless diversity, so i guess that's to be expected.

Instruction on building the box traps were lacking.

The Trapper's Bible: Traps, Snares & Pathguards

The last resort traps were morbidly interesting, if disturbing. Mar 12, Kara rated it it was amazing. Im excited to attempt snaring some of the many squirrels in the back yard! Jan 02, Joshua Milburn rated it really liked it. From a beginners point of view, seems like a great reference Kenneth rated it liked it Aug 21, Sam rated it really liked it Mar 04, Richard Thomas rated it liked it Feb 14, April rated it it was ok Nov 29, Alex Weimer rated it liked it Sep 19, Mike rated it liked it Sep 04,