A fearsome, mischievous creature who hunts the north woods of Wisconsin, the "hodag" has been known to dine on fish, earth, and beef-on-a-stick. It was first "discovered" by Eugene Shepard in Rhinelander, WI in the year 1893, and the "hoax" only ended after the Smithsonian attempted to send a naturalist to verify the existence of the animal.
Steps to capturing a hodag:
1) Dig a hole 50 feet wide and 30 feet deep.
2) Cover the hole with brush and branches.
3) Use an ox as bait to lure the hodag to the trap.
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Colors: Gold tone metal with green enamel.
Size: 1.25 x 1.75"