Here in WV, current regulations require all body-grip traps to be set at "water sets" regardless of size. I just received and read the newsletter from the WVTA, noticed one line about a possible law change allowing the use of 110 and 120 sized body-grips on land. I know firsthand that 120's are very effective traps for mink, muskrats, and marten. I also know that fisher, coon and even fox have been caught and dispatched in 120's. It's always good to have rule changes that will help trappers, I'm sure 120's would work for skunks, too. My question is: If 120's are the biggest body-grip legal to use would they be effective for coon and fisher??? Seems like asking a small trap to do a big job. Just curious and would like to hear about your observations, opinions.