Jim Meder of New London removes a mink from a trap along Lake Monogalia north of New London on Wednesday while the temperature again headed toward the 60s. "This is great," he said. "Usually you've been busting thin ice for a week by now." He traps muskrat, raccoon and mink. He said the "rats" are the most lucrative pound-for-pound, since they skin quickly. Tribune photo by Rand Middleton
Great trapping weather
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