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PREDATOR TRAPS Doc series trapping systems Doc Rats Stoats Hedgehogs Step one Locating and screwing the trap in the tunnel Use size x mm rust proof screws Traps should be fixed with the treadle mmap

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PREDATOR TRAPS Doc series trapping systems Doc Rats Stoats Hedgehogs Step one Locating and screwing the trap in the tunnel Use size x mm rust proof screws Traps should be fixed with the treadle mmap






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PREDATOR Doc series trapping systems Doc 200 Step one Locating and screwing the trap in the tunnel: Use size 6x 25mm rust proof screws Traps should be fixed with the treadle5mm(approximately) from the side of the boxand the baffle. The Doc 200 has passed ÔdraftÕ NAWAC (National Animal Welfare Advisory Committee)oats, rats and hedgehogs. These setting instructionsmust be followed to meet these guidelines. Top of trigger arm Treadle Step two Setting the trap: Pull carefully on the wire setting loopContinue past the top of the trigger arm, allowing thetrigger arm to drop onto the treadle. SLOWLY release pressure, allowing the bottomof the trigger arm tcatch on the sear. Drawings, Phil Waddington Treadle and hole in baffle Sear Setting loop Bait (egg or meat) onwood or nail pedestal PREDATOR Doc series trapping systems A| 111 Hutt Park Road, Seaview. Haines Pallet Co. Ltd.T| 04 568 6898F| 04 5686480 E| haines.pallets@ www.predatortraps.com Traps are available directfrom the manufacturer, CurMetal Products. Predator control advice, trapdevelopment contacts and feedback. Traps in boxes can bepurchased direct from Hallet Co. Trap Purchase Trap box Purchase Further trap information Advice and contacts Safety clip application (one clip per order) Darren PetersDepartment of ConservationNational Predator ControlResearch Development & ImprovementT| 04 471 3256 F| 04 471 3279 A| P.O. Box 10-420 65 Victoria Streetlington. E| dpeters@doc.govt.nz Phil WaddingtonTrap Development A| 5 Collins Street, Petone. E| joyphill@paradise.net.nz Lid labelled with project External end hole Saw grooves Lid pivots on Ends and baffle 60mm decking nails Spacer 130mm Lid and base oach screw. All traps must have PREDATOR Doc series trapping systems Single set tunnel design. Doc 200 Sides400 x 200 x 25mm Internal baffle hole These Department of Conservation Ôcurrent best practiceÕ tunnel designs must be usedvide public safety. Materials All timber H4 treated radiata or similar. Ends and baffles 20mm galvanised weld mesh. 60mm galvanised decking nails. In areas where weka are present, the tunnel length is 525mm, the distanceo the internal mesh increases from 130mm to 255mm. Drawings, Phil Waddington PREDATOR Doc series trapping systems Double set tunnel design. Doc 200 These Department of Conservation Ôcurrent best practiceÕ tunnel designs must be usedprovide public safety. Materials All timber H4 treated radiata or similar. Ends and baffles 20mm galvanised weld mesh. 60mm galvanised decking nails. In areas where weka are present, the tunnel length is 950mm, the distanceo the internal mesh increases from 130mm to 255mm. Lid labelled with project External end hole Saw grooves Lid pivots on 60mm Ends and baffles Sides Internal baffle hole 60mm decking nails Spacer 130mm Lid and base 40mm screw oroach screw. All traps must havehazard warning on lid Drawings, Phil Waddington