Hunger can change minds

Discussion in 'Trail Cameras' started by Native Hunter, Feb 11, 2018.

  1. Native Hunter

    Native Hunter Well-Known Member

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    Dates are correct. This is a blast from the past I ran up on looking through old pics this morning. This is one of those fancy BB2 blocks.:D

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    That first pic is just downright ignorant!!!!
     
  3. Native Hunter

    Native Hunter Well-Known Member

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    Don't you dare criticize the new coyote....:eek::D;)
     
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    LOL You get the craziest , funny , pictures !!!
     
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    Might be labeled as a speciest...lol
     
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    Native Hunter Well-Known Member

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    It's like a curse, but I guess somebody has to do it.......:D
     
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    Love it!!!
     
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    I had a lot of coyotes urnating on my trophy rock. I started trapping again last year, I caught 19 last year, and 24 so far this year. I'm trapping in about 5-6 sq mile sections around my house. I don't think I've scratched the surface yet.
     
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    That's impressive. I wish you were my neighbor.
     
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    I know, I've been trying to convince a couple retired guys here to start. They are easy to catch, I can teach someone to catch one in 15 minutes, and I'm far from an expert. Only reason I started is because out of 6 does on my buddy and my 2 places in summer of 2016, only one doe successfully raised a fawn. My buddy actually witnessed a yote kill a doe in his hay field. We started war, but it's slow going.
     
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    I hope to get back into trapping when I retire from my regular job. Right now I'm gone so much it isn't going to work. I trapped some when I was a kid but not since then.

    I'm not surprised that your friend witnessed a coyote killing a mature deer. I think it happens more than people realize, and there are plenty of videos and trail cam pics out there to support that.
     
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    Mennoniteman Well-Known Member

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    If you can give us a rundown of your traps, sets, lures etc. would be greatly appreciated. I'm getting ready to start again, didn't trap since I was fifteen. I'm thinking Duke 1 3/4 offset, step down dirt hole set with some paste or lure.
     
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    Good choice. I see a 1 3/4 more as a fox trap. I am partial to the MB-550s. They are bullet proof right out of the box, and are nearly indestructible with no modifications needed. I use some meat in the hole, some gland lure, and a little urine. I almost exclusively use a dirt hole set, and also run some cable restraints.
     
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    I know zero about snares. What can you tell us about cables?
     

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