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Tag Archive: snaring

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
23

How to head snare raccoons. Trapping video by LT Grey

Head snaring raccoon with a loaded snare is a must. Slow moving snares will allow the raccoon to get to far into the snare or all the way through the snare before the cable closes. Most of you will know LT Grey from Trapperman. He has been around the trapping block more than a few …

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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
27

Just a thought for you to ponder about your 2012 trapping Season.

coyote trapping and snaring

    There is no way to get away from the survival of the fittest, it’s the natural law Every man has a choice, be strong or be weak Every man is either an Alpha male or he is not Alpha males lead, all others follow and get what is left over This season will …

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Jul
13

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

beaver snaring

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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May
03

Trapping Video How to Snare – Let’s see what Clint Locklear catches on the high fence in Texas in 6 trap check nights. He snares coyotes, bobcats, badger and more.

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

Basic beaver trapping methods for fur trapping and control work. We will look at body grip (conibears) and snares

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
19

an interview with Little Buck about his MT Lion catch while he was at the Texas Predator Control School while he was running his fence snares. Do you think this is one happy boy!

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

Trapping Video, I love my job! Clint shows what he does for a living and is proud of it. He traps and snares for his income, and knows he has his dream job. God bless this great country, only in America can freedom allow people to chase their dreams.

Apr
19

Coyote Trapping, Scent control for coyotes, bobcats and fox. Predators have a great noise, but don’t get caught up in old trapping myths.

Human scent control is such a hot topic today. I personally think it is over rated, bordering on a trapping myth. First off, if coyotes were scared of human scent, then how do they live with in miles of people, farms, ranches and even in the middle of large cities like New York and Chicago? Most …

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Apr
19

Grey Fox Trapping, Joey Vandyke shows some of his grey fox live market trapping and snaring in North Carolina

Apr
19

How to Snare Beaver, Clint is on a small beaver control job. He explains the job, how to use a kill pole for snaring beaver in open water.

How to snare beaver, an important trapping skill too have while trying to catch trap shy beaver. You can snare on the bank, waters edge and in the water itself. Predator Control Group was on a control job and the land owner was having problems with beaver on a small creek that went in-between his …

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Apr
19

After you trap or snare a coyote, how to dispatch the coyote with no blood with a .22 caliber pistol, Trapping video

After you trap or snare a coyote, how to dispatch the coyote with no blood with a .22 caliber pistol, trapping video  Why in the world would you shoot a coyote in the head while fur trapping?  Blood will get everywhere. It will get all over the truck and other coyotes or fur that you will have …

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