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How would you like to make 100000 a year by only working thirty hours a week Just imagine being able to show up at your job around nine oclock in the morning without any boss getting mad at you for being late While picking up the keys to your brand new company truck you check your messages in order to see what work needs to be done during the day You head out and make your rounds to the customers that have requested your services and then return to the office at three o clock in the afternoon to pick up your personal vehicle The rest of the afternoon you are free to spend time with your family and to complete some odd chores around the house Many Americans believe that this scenario is too good to be a reality and that is not possible However according to the outdoor magazine Field and Stream and increasing amount of blue collar workers are leaving their current careers to pursue the American dream of earning a higher income by doing a smaller amount of labor How are they accomplishing this unimaginable task They are trapping nuisance racoons Weve got guys out there making in excess of 100000 a year nuisance trapping declares Steve Greene of the National Trapping Associationqtd in Field and Stream 8 The racoon has become its own industry over the past four years in the state of Virginia but the Virginia Department of Game and Inland FisheriesVDGIF has repetitively denied the appeal of both coonhunters and the general public for a continual chasing season As it stands at the present moment racoons can only be chased from August 1 to May 31 During that chasing season only two racoons can be harvested per hunting party each nightHunting Trapping in Virginia 62With these current game laws in effect it is easy to see why the racoon population has risen so dramatically and
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