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Predator Management #7811476 04/19/20 04:07 PM
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Calling is fun but so is setting traps! Always good to have multiple ways to manage predators to improve your fawn crop, turkeys and quail!

Here are some catchers from this year when I actually remembered to take a picture!
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Re: Predator Management [Re: TexasOutdoorsman] #7811607 04/19/20 06:11 PM
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Thank you.

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Re: Predator Management [Re: TexasOutdoorsman] #7811899 04/19/20 10:25 PM
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How often do you catch a hind leg like that ?

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Originally Posted by Thekitch
How often do you catch a hind leg like that ?



Depends on what kinda set I make. If I use a sent post set and a male wants to mark it there is A higher chance of getting a back leg.


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And those traps work 24/7. Those of us trying to call the bad boys in don't work anywhere close to the same hours! That's why I use DP's for my coon control.

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Snares work well too....when you can find travel routes or fence crossings. I use them for both hogs and coyotes. Set up game cameras first to confirm trail usage then place a snare.


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Originally Posted by flintknapper
Snares work well too....when you can find travel routes or fence crossings. I use them for both hogs and coyotes. Set up game cameras first to confirm trail usage then place a snare.


Yes sir! I use snares footholds and calling. My coyote total for 2020 is 21


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