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Old 06-30-2010, 06:11 AM   #1
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First, I must ask you to forgive my ignorance, I am sure this should go in another section. But I'm not sure which one.

I've been looking for a few Websites to research and potentially buy a couple of Traps for pests such as Coyote, Fox, Larger racoon.... But I haven't been able to find any good websites that give both dimensions of the trap and price. So I'm not necissarily asking to buy any traps, just find a good website to look into it.

Thank you for your help.
Josh

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Old 06-30-2010, 10:41 AM   #2
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What kind of traps? Leg traps or live traps?

I highly doubt you would catch a yote in a live trap.

For live traps Lowes and home depot both sell them in my area. Also for a better selection find a tractor Supply in your area.

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For Leg traps loot for F&T Fur Harvesters for all your trapping needs. Now I don't know where you live so you should check with your state fish and game to make sure you have the proper lic to trap fur bearing animals.

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Buy a copy of Fur-Fish-Game magazine. Lots of trap ads, articles on how-to, instructional books and videos for sale, plus you get to read about the adventures of Lew and Charlie!

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I live in the area to the west of Waynesboro, Tn. We're at an Elevation of 800ft, and have a perfect enviroment for Deer, Turkey, Squrriel, Rabbit... You get the Idea.

Today I was talking with the guy I hunt with, Johnny, he's lived in Waynesboro most of his life and grew up about as country as a Tennessean can get. He said that for Coyotes and Red fox leg traps are the way too go. So I've pretty much narrowed my search to leg traps. According to Johnny, a trap without teeth is perferable, becuase Breaking of the bone is not wanted.

Thank you all for your Help and Information,
Josh

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