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Old 11-07-2017, 09:40 PM   #51
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Any tips for a new guy that wants to learn how to trap ? I got a fox and cat problem.


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Old 11-07-2017, 09:41 PM   #52
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Hey tuco caught that female in a dirthole. Ib e caught more in dirt holes this year then ever
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I guess I should try more flat sets this year and see what happens.
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Old 11-07-2017, 09:41 PM   #53
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I guess I should try more flat sets this year and see what happens.
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Old 11-07-2017, 09:43 PM   #54
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Old 11-07-2017, 10:16 PM   #55
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You'll probably get a lot of advice from these guys, but also get on the interweb, lots of info out there. Trapping.com, wolfernation, and several others. Gray fox are pretty easy, cats aren't much harder you just need to be where they want to be. Learn to recognize "the edge", predators hunt and travel edges, that space between the road and brush, or the uphill side of the draw and heavy brush, etc.
The number one thing to do is to learn to bed a trap to be solid in its bed, no movement whatsoever.
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Old 11-07-2017, 11:35 PM   #56
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You'll probably get a lot of advice from these guys, but also get on the interweb, lots of info out there. Trapping.com, wolfernation, and several others. Gray fox are pretty easy, cats aren't much harder you just need to be where they want to be. Learn to recognize "the edge", predators hunt and travel edges, that space between the road and brush, or the uphill side of the draw and heavy brush, etc.
The number one thing to do is to learn to bed a trap to be solid in its bed, no movement whatsoever.
I agree. The main thing I look for instead of just slinging traps out is find sign scat tracks whatever set on that. Alot of times I won't set a trap unless I find sign. Other times it's a gut feeling for me but the more you read sign an see what the animals tell you the better you will be

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Old 11-08-2017, 03:49 AM   #57
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Hell of a start, Tuco.
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Old 11-08-2017, 03:55 AM   #58
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We were down at the ranch about a month ago and I put out 4 coyote sets. Nada. I always have to be right on them when I set or get no action because of the short time duration with traps in the ground.
I just set where I had catches or visits in the past and paid little attention to actual sign. Mistake, of course.
I did get 3 coons, though, on DPs.
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Old 11-08-2017, 03:59 AM   #59
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So far it's been good but I like to show the lil guys

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Old 11-08-2017, 06:48 AM   #60
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Great start and awesome pics James! Looks like your going to blow last year's numbers out of the water. You need to come out and show me how it's done...we lost 75% of our fallow fawns this year. I can share the hell out of em but can't get em in a foot trap.
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Old 11-08-2017, 06:51 AM   #61
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Saw two raccoons driving out to the deer blind this morning but Im pretty sure none in the buckets as I drove past. On the upside I have some good intel on a new location to trap for them. Haha.


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Old 11-08-2017, 10:00 AM   #62
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TUCO, how do you set your traps?

Honestly mine are still sitting out since last year. I will pop them a few times and then set them. I always use domestic dog droppings as the bait. I sometimes put a little female coyote in heat scent on a stick next to the droppings.

I have never done the dirt hole. My land is pretty flat and I don't have any humps to dig a hole into.
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I will post up photos of a few sets so you can get a better idea on how to make them.

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Old 11-08-2017, 10:09 AM   #63
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Anyone set their gut drop locations?

We always put our gutpiles in the same location and I have thought of setting near these.
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Old 11-08-2017, 11:45 AM   #64
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Anyone set their gut drop locations?

We always put our gutpiles in the same location and I have thought of setting near these.
I've found it extremely difficult to catch coyotes around a boneyard when there is still carrion available for them to eat.

It's hard to pull them away from a food source that they are already dead set on visiting; even if you are setting right on top of the sign.

The closer you set to the dump, the more likely you are to catch non-targets like coon, skunk, and possum. You always have to keep scavenging birds in mind as well when trapping these areas.

If I do set around one of these locations, I usually back off fifty to a hundred yards away from the carcass, and make my sets there.

The upwind side of trails that lead to these areas are the great places to make sets.
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I've found it extremely difficult to catch coyotes around a boneyard when there is still carrion available for them to eat.

It's hard to pull them away from a food source that they are already dead set on visiting; even if you are setting right on top of the sign.

The closer you set to the dump, the more likely you are to catch non-targets like coon, skunk, and possum. You always have to keep scavenging birds in mind as well when trapping these areas.

If I do set around one of these locations, I usually back off fifty to a hundred yards away from the carcass, and make my sets there.

The upwind side of trails that lead to these areas are the great places to make sets.
I consider coons an added target species.....LOL. I get what you are saying though. Just a thought.
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Old 11-08-2017, 11:53 AM   #66
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Ive saved the carcass of a pig and deer I shot and was planning on finding a good spot that has only a few openings through thick brush I could set snares on or put blind sets on. What do yall think? I think of it like a huge cubby with multiple entrances.


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Old 11-08-2017, 12:06 PM   #67
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Ive saved the carcass of a pig and deer I shot and was planning on finding a good spot that has only a few openings through thick brush I could set snares on or put blind sets on. What do yall think? I think of it like a huge cubby with multiple entrances.


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I think your on the right track, if you have an area with thick brush and no livestock access, you should do really well on coyotes, provided you get the snare circle nose high.
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Old 11-08-2017, 12:09 PM   #68
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I really like and appreciate this post. Brings back memories from my younger days. Thinking I am going to make a few sets this weekend also. Save a fawn or two. Thanks
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Old 11-08-2017, 12:17 PM   #69
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Man this cold front is getting me all fired up hahaah I've got traps just waiting to be put in well prolly next week they will be it's going to be a fun winter

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Old 11-08-2017, 12:59 PM   #70
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Ive saved the carcass of a pig and deer I shot and was planning on finding a good spot that has only a few openings through thick brush I could set snares on or put blind sets on. What do yall think? I think of it like a huge cubby with multiple entrances.


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This is what I was thinking. I have a downed tree I can use to place it in.
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Old 11-08-2017, 01:36 PM   #71
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Good start fellas. Before selling to local markets I would seriously look into shipping direct to Groenwalds. They inspect your pelts, call you with a offer, if you accept , they cut you a check. If you don't they will send your furs back to you free of cost.

Or just roll the dice and send them to NAFA...they will sell sooner or later..
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Old 11-08-2017, 06:12 PM   #72
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These are two of the sets that produced first night catches on day one.


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The first set produced the big male, and the second set caught the coyote in the background.

There were two additional sets in-between the two catches.

Sets were placed on the upwind side of the sendero.


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Good start fellas. Before selling to local markets I would seriously look into shipping direct to Groenwalds. They inspect your pelts, call you with a offer, if you accept , they cut you a check. If you don't they will send your furs back to you free of cost.

Or just roll the dice and send them to NAFA...they will sell sooner or later..
I sent my cats to NAFA last year. Thanks for the info on Groenwalds, I will check that out.
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Old 11-09-2017, 07:11 PM   #74
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Got a grinner last night in my bucket set. Then something got to the grinner. Itching to get a real line going but it will have to wait till thanksgiving break.


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Seeing how mountain lions are getting ran over around here I figured I better gear up for them. [IMG]https://uploads.tapatalk-
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MB 750 Alaskan Wolf 3/8 O.S ?
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Be sure to use a big heavy drag and a lot of chain, I've snagged one, it tore me up to trail for a couple of miles and not make the recovery. They will flat out shred every cedar tree they get tangled in.
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Yep you are correct. Nice trap
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Be sure to use a big heavy drag and a lot of chain, I've snagged one, it tore me up to trail for a couple of miles and not make the recovery. They will flat out shred every cedar tree they get tangled in.


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Have you looked at the Bridger #5 BT?

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I have had a Bridger #5 long spring and it was very weak but that was years ago.
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I agree!

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I have had a Bridger #5 long spring and it was very weak but that was years ago.
I was talking about the coil spring it's not bad.

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Tonight's coyote lol

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I wasn't aware of that one, I will check it out. I am impressed with the 750 for $36. Never know until you catch a lion though.
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I'm hammering pups now I want the adult male
GHII worked well for the big males in October down here.
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GHII worked well for the big males in October down here.
I need to get some of that

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I had heck standing on it to set it. I see why they sell a setter for it.


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Good deal. I appreciate that. Hope I don't need them but never know.


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Old 11-10-2017, 02:17 PM   #98
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