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Category Archive: fox

Nov
15

Where to set snares for coyotes and fox?, using peat moss and grass clippings

trapping with peat moss grass clippings

Hi Clint, I have a couple questions and I thought u would reply the quickest being the seasons approaching very fast I need some answers. Coyote/Fox season opens on Oct. 15th in Michigan (were i’m from, Jackson Michigan) and I wanted to snare hard this year I have to much land to the amount of …

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Nov
05

Autobiography of Leggett’s Fox Trapping Methods by Ron and Pete Leggett, book Review

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Trapping Book Review Autobiography of Leggett’s Fox Trapping Methods By Ron & Pete Leggett  Title: Autobiography of Leggett’s Fox Trapping Methods by Ron and Pete Leggett Book category: Fox Trapping Book Length: 52 pages Pictures: Several, including diagrams- all black and white Entertainment: 5 Education: 8 Who is this designed for? Fox trapping Who is …

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Oct
02

Trapping out of state, Unfair Advantage lure, questions to Clint Locklear

trapping out of state

Hi Clint my name’s N. S. and let me start off by saying love the show. I was wondering if you could shed some light on the subject of full time trapping. I’m 18 and live in the coon state of Iowa. I plan on hitting the coon as hard as I can till freeze …

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Sep
17

MB 650 trap vs MJ 600 traps, dropping bobcat urine and # 3 Bridger for fox, questions to Clint Locklear

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Hello Clint, Could you give me your opinion between the Sterling 600 trap and the MB 650 with cast jaws. What is the difference, or is there really a difference? I”m targeting Bobcats first and foremost and Coyotes second. I have no way to compare so I”m asking you which one you would choose between …

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Sep
03

Trapping Red Fox in Cage box trap, on Norms ADC job

Trapping Red Fox in Cage box trap, on Norms ADC job If you are going to trap and catch red fox in cage traps. There are two things that you as a trapper have to keep in mind. We have to keep in mind that red fox are not the super intelligent animals that the …

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Nov
21

Grey Fox trapping observations and theories

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Grey Fox trapping observations and theories   Those little buggers can really try your patience. Its pretty well-known that they crawl all over your set, ignore all logical approaches to create their own, and will stomp on everything but your pan with that quarter-sized paw of theirs. They are very bold, and couldn’t care less …

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Sep
26

Coyote, Raccoon, Fox or Beaver Trapping, When should you start trapping, fur being fully prime and your bottom line

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Coyote, Raccoon, Fox or Beaver Trapping, When should you start trapping, fur fully being prime and your bottom line. by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group When should one start trapping? Every trapper has asked this question. There are two schools of though on this subject. One school of thought is that it is a waste …

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Sep
19

Grey Fox trapping, Grey Fox working a trap set in night vision

Grey Fox trapping, Grey Fox working a trap set in night vision Grey fox is a simple animal to trap and at the same time it is a very aggravating animal to trap. When I started trapping back in the lower 48 after trapping in Alaska, I thought catching grey fox was simple and oh …

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Aug
21

How to Snare Red Fox, where most trappers would never set a foot hold trap

how to snare red fox

 How to snare Red Fox in thick cover, cut off your trapping competition and pick up a lot of fox that you might be missing just trapping the open fields.   I was busy fleshing some beaver when the door opened, “ what are we trappen”, asked Newt Sterling. I knew he was stopping by for …

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Jul
09

To catch more coyotes, bobcats and fox you need to pick your location and know the dirt and problems they can cause your trapping out come

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By Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group To catch more coyotes, your traps have to fire out of the dirt. Simple I know, but it is easy to forget that the dirt we are setting in has a large percentage to our success or failure. We all dream about trapping in nice dry dirt and sifting …

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Apr
26

Trapping Video- Grey Fox caught in South Texas. Clint Talks about trap size, expanded pan size and the insanity of the uneducated animal rights nuts acting like they know about foot damage

Apr
21

Trapping NC style with Joey. He racks up numbers of coyotes, bobcats, fox, raccoon, beaver and otter with a topping of red wolves on his fur and live market line.

Apr
21

Fox Trapping, a trap set-up for Red Fox from lessions learned from the Teachers of the Night dvd from Predator Control Group.

Apr
21

Trapping Red Fox, Randy Smith shows his Red Fox dirt hole set and more importanty, he explains the fox trapping location in the East.

Apr
21

Coyote and Bobcat trapping, production predator dirt hole set with a gas powerd auger. To catch coyote, bobcats and fox quick, you have to move fast and run hard.

Apr
21

Red Fox Trapping, Randy Smith and Clint Red Fox trapping for some fun and money in MD.

Apr
20

Bobcat, Coyote and Fox Trapping, how you can use sand, peat moss and buckwheat hulls to fight the rain and mud.

Apr
19

Making a Grey Fox flat set with a brick that will also catch a lot of coyotes, bobcats and raccoon.

Apr
19

Into to the Wolf Fang disposable stake, designed by Clint Locklear and produced by Wolf Creek Products. This is the “king” stake for the trapper of today. It sets fast, does not bend or break in hard ground plus sets in soft mud or sand.

Apr
19

Watch Clint selling his fur to Groenwold fur and wool in IL.

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