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Old 01-26-2017, 08:22 AM   #201
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You know that's what sad I'd like to get a lil bit from then you know. But I understand they aren't worth much but man that sucks when they don't bring nothing almost feels like a waste. I don't think Tommy king is even in buissness right now is he

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Tommy King died last year, no one said how he died he just up and died.
It is a waste, I'm part of the Cattle Raisers and I get a bounty on them here in llano, you can't unless you are part of CR. Then if an animal isn't bringing any money I just tan it and hang it in my office. I have my thinning machine and barrels here at the barn. I've already got 14 coyotes, 21 fox, and 15 coons in the freezer and I took December off from trapping pretty much to work on my colts. I can tell you that they don't want them shot anywhere but in the head and with a very small caliber. I shoot a 22 short. And they want the whole skin with the paws on but deboned and tail deboned. You shoot it anywhere else or with anything else just toss it. If ya don't want to waste then tan get them tanned and maybe sell them to people wanting a hide. But it costs about 100 dollars to tan one.
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Old 01-26-2017, 08:25 AM   #202
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Man I had no idea that Tommy died. I sold to him for several years.
Ya I'm getting a bounty on the coyotes here from the rancher I'm up to 19 an 8 cats. But what's weird I'm not catching many fox. I usually catch any here from 20 to 40 a year without trying but not this year.
I haven't been shooting hardly any of my animals. I've been using a catch pole.

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Old 01-26-2017, 08:29 AM   #203
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Some small critter checked out this set. I can't tell what it was. Possibly a rabbit.
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Yes, that is a golf ball.
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Old 01-26-2017, 08:32 AM   #205
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Man I had no idea that Tommy died. I sold to him for several years.
Ya I'm getting a bounty on the coyotes here from the rancher I'm up to 19 an 8 cats. But what's weird I'm not catching many fox. I usually catch any here from 20 to 40 a year without trying but not this year.
I haven't been shooting hardly any of my animals. I've been using a catch pole.

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Yeah it was crazy I grew up in Monahans and it was just wild he died.
Yepp fox are strange this year, I don't particularly like fox but I'll take them. Cats have been pretty active this year too I'm pretty impressed. I think this ole boy is taking them to the Carolina market where they are then taken to Canada. At least that's what he sounded like.
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Some small critter checked out this set. I can't tell what it was. Possibly a rabbit.
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Yeah it was crazy I grew up in Monahans and it was just wild he died.
Yepp fox are strange this year, I don't particularly like fox but I'll take them. Cats have been pretty active this year too I'm pretty impressed. I think this ole boy is taking them to the Carolina market where they are then taken to Canada. At least that's what he sounded like.
Years before fox were my money I'd catch 1 or 2 a day sometimes an they were bringing $20 each.
An ya I've noticed a big change in the cats that's good tho

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Old 01-26-2017, 08:37 AM   #208
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Years before fox were my money I'd catch 1 or 2 a day sometimes an they were bringing $20 each.
An ya I've noticed a big change in the cats that's good tho

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Yepp I remember that, that was good gas money for checking the real traps haha. I like a cottontail tail or sheeps wool. I haven't used the golf all much. I set my dirtholes at more of an angle tho. I haven't seen them paired up yet. It it should be soon maybe the next couple of cold fronts.
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Yepp I remember that, that was good gas money for checking the real traps haha. I like a cottontail tail or sheeps wool. I haven't used the golf all much. I set my dirtholes at more of an angle tho. I haven't seen them paired up yet. It it should be soon maybe the next couple of cold fronts.
All I'm catching is males right now. I think put of all I've caught only 3 have been females this year.

Yes I'm like you I almost drill my holes straight back. I like to find some kinda rise or wash out an drill into that

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Old 01-26-2017, 08:44 AM   #210
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I added a shot of coyote urine to the backing on that dirt hole with the pattern miss to keep them interested. On the dropping set I added a little Bobcat gland lure. It looks like the coyote marked that dropping pile. I put a stick in the track the coyote made in case they come back they won't step in the same spot.
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I added a shot of coyote urine to the backing on that dirt hole with the pattern miss to keep them interested. On the dropping set I added a little Bobcat gland lure. It looks like the coyote marked that dropping pile. I put a stick in the track the coyote made in case they come back they won't step in the same spot.
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Old 01-26-2017, 10:09 AM   #212
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F and T. It is Liezel Roussaat. sp
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Old 01-26-2017, 10:37 AM   #213
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Dog poop with a dab of fox frenzy gland lure and a shot of coyote urine. Hopefully I didn't overdo the stepping guides.
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Old 01-26-2017, 10:51 AM   #214
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We started immediately after the deer season. Had to, as the coons were getting fat off of all of our feeders.
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Old 01-26-2017, 11:04 AM   #215
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I put a dirt hole set about fifty yards from the previous flat set. They did with Mark June Widowmaker bobcat meat bait a little coyote urine and some violator 7. The Violator is skunky.
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Old 01-26-2017, 12:28 PM   #216
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Sets don't look bad.
It's funny lots of guys use dirt holes but man I must be doing something wrong I don't catch much wirh them. I like my flat sets

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Old 01-26-2017, 01:18 PM   #217
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This is a dirt hole set for raccoon. I have the logs stacked around it to keep cattle out. It is next to a tank. There is a Victor number 3 long spring in front and it is baited with some old Locklear's gator bait.
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Old 01-26-2017, 01:19 PM   #218
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Sets don't look bad.
It's funny lots of guys use dirt holes but man I must be doing something wrong I don't catch much wirh them. I like my flat sets

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I am about half and half on their holes and flat sets. And half of my dirt holes are big like a badger hole and half are small like a rat hole.
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And that is all academic until I catch something. It's all based on what I've read or seen in videos.
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Trying the old Tire set. I have all the pasture without cattle just about covered. There are cattle right where I have this set placed. Maybe the cattle attract coyotes. I don't know. I am giving it a shot. I have Widowmaker paste bait, Boss Dog coyote gland lure, Fox frenzy gland lure, and cavins violator 7 in places around the tire (inside). Also a little coyote urine on a cow chip.
I have had this tire staged here for probably 2 years for this purpose. Hopefully the coyotes won't spook at it.
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Old 01-26-2017, 02:27 PM   #221
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You may be causing sensory overload on coyotes, try a couple of sets with only urine or lure ot bait not all, also the warmer the weather the smaller amount of lure, this time of year I'll use a dot about the size of a match head up to the end of a q-tip size.
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Old 01-26-2017, 02:29 PM   #222
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I'm no expert by any means but that is a whole lot of scent brotha!
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Old 01-26-2017, 02:48 PM   #223
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Old 01-26-2017, 02:49 PM   #224
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I'm no expert by any means but that is a whole lot of scent brotha!
I didn't use a lot of any except for the paste bait. That's the first time setting a tire and I wanted to give them incentive to get inside it.
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The tire is the only one that I used that much variety.
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I'm interested in how you do keep the pics of your sets coming

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The Violator 7 it is just what would stick to the end of a little twig.
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I'm taking pics as I set them. I'm using my phone.
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This is one of my sets.

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Old 01-26-2017, 02:59 PM   #230
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I think I miss read your post since it is lacking punctuation. I'm done setting now. I'll see what the night brings. I am in the deer blind now.
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My rationale for the multiple scents. I read on trapperman about people using what they call a compass set. Four holes each with a different scent in them. They are just little punch holes. There was mention of Charlie Dobbins using a set like this a long long time ago. He used three holes with chunks of corncob shoved in them to hold the scent.
We'll see what happens. Maybe it will be a flop. I don't know.
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Sorry. Ya I have to hurry an get the thoughts wrote down or I forget them lol

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Really interested to see how you do!!

Heading to my lease this weekend to drop some stuff off and set up some game cameras to see what is traveling in some spots I think might be good for sets.


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That is a little bit of cotton flagging. I got the idea from a J. C. Connor vid.
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I didn't stick that little chunk of wood there. It was already there. Dug the hole with a garden auger from Home Depot on a cordless drill.
It looks like it is straight down, but it is at an angle.

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Why is the ground all bare like that? Dozer work?
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Old 01-26-2017, 03:38 PM   #238
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Lease road. I'm one the side of the road. Another reason I use alot of drags. The coyote can go hide himself. But here that's what alot of this country looks like.

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Hey Brute Killer
I have several turkey wing feathers if you want to mix up what kind of flags your using, PM me an address. Would love to see you catch on on the tire set too


I imagine trailing a drag is pretty dang exciting waiting to see who is pulling it
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Well, on that one dog dropping set that the coyote marked I set it with a buried drag. It is on a road with brush on each side. And the neighbor is a long way away. Should hang up pretty quick. If one comes back.
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All of my coyote sets except for two are on the road, too. But I'm the only one out here.
The two sets that aren't are on opposite ends of a trail that crosses a field. The sets are about 30 yards from the brush.
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I have several turkey wing feathers if you want to mix up what kind of flags your using, PM me an address. Would love to see you catch on on the tire set too


I imagine trailing a drag is pretty dang exciting waiting to see who is pulling it
That's what keeps me going. Seeing that set blown an drag marks in the dirt wondering what it may be!

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Don't let Eric fool you that's a pic of his garden, that country is really barren.
That last set pic you posted would be a good one to see what the coyotes have to say about your sets, by their tracks. Studying tracks is what got us to going minimal with our scents, coyotes would come within 20 - 30 yds then after time would go by they would slowly work their way in, then after several weeks we'd make a catch or two.

Oops my bad! I thought that was one of your steps Brutekiller, didn't realize it was in Eric's backyard.

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Don't let Eric fool you that's a pic of his garden, that country is really barren.
That last set pic you posted would be a good one to see what the coyotes have to say about your sets, by their tracks. Studying tracks is what got us to going minimal with our scents, coyotes would come within 20 - 30 yds then after time would go by they would slowly work their way in, then after several weeks we'd make a catch or two.

Oops my bad! I thought that was one of your steps Brutekiller, didn't realize it was in Eric's backyard.
Lol thanks Tracy hahh.
Well caught another today. Didn't snap a pic I was trying to get done I was hungry lol.

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On the big dirt hole with the golf ball. Male.
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A double. Caught the female about 50 yards away on another dirt hole.
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It was a drag chain that I tied off to a Mesquite tree no drag attached solid tie off. I also tied off the Trap that caught the female. It has a drag on it but I ran the chain through the brush guard on the top of the drag.
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