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Category Archive: snaring

Sep
17

Wilderness Trapping in Northern Canada, Trapper TV show?

I sure hope this guy ends up on TV and gets a show. He is one cool dude that I have enjoyed following on You Tube. One thing for sure he is tougher than wood pecker lips. He traps and hunts in the great north country of Canada. He is old school in his methods, …

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Oct
28

How to dye a coyote, beaver, raccoon or bobcat snare cheap and fast, how to color the snare to blind in about anywhere. Did I say cheap and fast!

How to dye a coyote, beaver, raccoon or bobcat snare cheap and fast, how to color the snare to blind in about anywhere. Did I say cheap and fast! I have tried about every way under the sun to color my snares. I have painted more than anything else in the past. I learned this …

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Oct
15

Beaver Snaring, snare supports, snare kill poles, keeping snaring simple

Beaver Snaring, snare supports, snare kill poles, keeping snaring simple This is not a super sexy video, this job was simple. The point is not complicate your beaver snaring or trapping. The location was a swamp that has been built by the beaver and funnels down to one major beaver dam. This was filmed in …

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Aug
15

Snaring the high fence in Texas, pure trapping Determination

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To catch numbers of coyotes, bobcats, raccoon or mink, one thing is for sure. dedication, determination and focus is the key. This story is about such dedication. This story is true and Scott has no idea that I am sharing it with you.   Several years ago, Scott Adams from Ohio was working with Predator Control Group …

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Jul
20

How to make a Stinger Kill Spring Coyote Snare, the snare lock is a cleated Cam Lock.

In areas that you do not have dog problems, kill snares are effective snare set up for sure. I have more experience with choke springs, 50 pound and 75 pound springs. I have talked to a lot of coyote snare men that like the Stinger kill spring. So if you have been wondering what they …

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Jul
13

Snares will help Control Trappers to catch more beaver when beaver get square, blocking and location shy.

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by Clint Locklear, Wolfer Nation  Why snares are great for controlling problem Beaver. You shake your head as you see your last conibear, it’s sprung just like the other four. Your client is looking over your shoulder and you can feel his confidence in your ability is fading fast. You have a couple of options; …

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Jul
12

How to Snare, What is the best kind of snare cable to catch beaver, coyotes, bocats, fox, raccoon and mink?

snaring cable

 by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group       This is simple right? Not really. By not getting too technical there are several kinds of cable on the market. We can use 7×7 aircraft, 1×19 aircraft, swagged cable (smooth line cable), Thompson cable, stainless steel cable and the list can go on and on. The two most common …

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Jun
29

Trapping Video, How to Snare, Clint Locklear shows how to load a snare for speed and not how to load a snare. Faster snares will catch you more animals.

Loading a snare is so important to having the snare work for you in the woods. Most snares are NOT loaded and cause the animal to have to pull the loop down. A loaded snare will jump (close) down on the animal when they bump the bottom of the snare loop with their chest. If …

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Apr
21

Texas Trapping, Scott Adams going green. Not only is he trapping coyotes and cats, he shows you what the non-documneted “workers” are up too.

Apr
19

How to Snare, Scott Adams shows what his kill pole looks like for snaring, beaver, raccoon, fox, coyotes and ground hogs. How do you use the kill pole? How do you rig up the snare to the kill pole.

Apr
19

How to Snare, a close look at the snare support that Predator Controls Group uses. We will also look at what and how you can make a kill pole.