Everything you need to turn a length of 1/2” rebar into a first class drowning system with no welding. Directions included.
Made in the U.S.A.
To use this system for large animals, like beaver, it is recommended that you use 1/2" rebar, 8 to 10 foot in length.
- Attach the terminal end to the long piece of rebar approximately 10" from the bottom. You can do this prior to getting to your set.
- Attach the lock to your trap. You can do this by using a J-Hook and feeding it through the swivel body. You can do this prior to getting to your set.
- Once you get to the set and have your set placement drive the long peice of rebar into ground keeping at the angle of the bank.
- Then slide the drowner lock onto the rod, making sure the tang is pointing down and facing the lower stop.
Attach the stake end to the top end of the rebar and tighten the bolt securely.
Once in place feed a peice of rebar through the nut on the terminal end.
From here you can set your trap and finish your set.
When using this set-up, make sure the bolts are facing down when set and that they are tightened securely.
This system can also be sued with 3/8" rebar for smaller animals, like raccoon. The set-up is the same but you can use shorter sticks of rebar.