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Tag Archive: snare

Dec
16

TO PCG, Snares are cruel! There is no reason to kill Coyotes unless they are killing your pets or livestock

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 Snares are cruel! There is no reason to kill Coyotes unless they are killing your pets or livestock Snares are cruel! There is no reason to kill Coyotes unless they are killing your pets or livestock. However, any educated individual knows that a humane cage style trap is the preferred way. Then relocate to a …

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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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Aug
21

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

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 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
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
06

Canadian Lynx vs the Hare, I bet this Lynx wish it knew how to snare!

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
26

Bobcat Snaring Video- See that a bobcat can walk threw a 6-7 inch snare loop in a high fence. Sometimes traps and snares are not 100%, how to catch more bobcats and coyotes in the high fence?

Apr
21

How to coyote snare, Clint sets snares right on the road to catch more coyotes. This method will hammer the coyotes, north, east, south or west. This is a snared blind set that get the job done anywhere.

Apr
21

Who is Wolfer Nation?!!!! These are the members doing what they do. The members are in the woods trapping and snaring and enjoying the great outdoors.

Apr
19

a look into the 2010 Advanced Trappers School in KY, that was held by Predator Control Group

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.

Apr
19

Beaver Trapping, Scott Adams perfoming beaver control. The beaver are causing pond damage, flooding.

How to trap beaver with foothold traps? Scott Adams is doing some beaver control in this trapping video to stop the flooding being caused by the beaver. The area is a pond and the problem area is the drain pipe. Sometimes it is best to go to where the beaver problem is, sometimes it is …

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