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trapline

[trap-lahyn] /ˈtræpˌlaɪn/
noun
1.
the ensnaring filament of a spider's web.
2.
a series of animal traps.
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  • Also, the trapline must be of sufficient length to justify the need for a cabin.
  • The trapline must be of sufficient length to justify the need for a structure.
  • Conversely, males may apply scent-marks to attract females to a sort of trapline that males patrol.
  • Checking traps regularly also increases the efficiency of the trapline.
  • There are ways that you can minimize the time you spend on the trapline.
  • Students identify essential and non-essential clothing and equipment used to set traps and run a trapline.
  • As was mentioned above, the ridgelines east are part of active trapline trails.

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