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Old 01-27-2010, 11:10 PM   #1
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I snared my first coyote last night Im not doin to bad for trapping for 2 weeks


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Old 01-27-2010, 11:18 PM   #2
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That's a biggun, adamhale.

Don't suppose you'd share some secrets with a fellow Ohioan? You can even send them by PM if you want. Around here, they are gettin a bit thick.


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Sweet catch Adamhale!
Looks like a big 'un with nice fur! What did it weigh?
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not sure what he weighed I would guess about 40-45 pounds
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Nice catch! I don't have the talent to do that. I tend to shoot the miserable Bas*****. I have a about six (guessing from their yapping at night) within a few hundred yards of my house. I don't know if I dare call them in any closer to the house though.

If you're ever in northeastern Vermont, you could probably keep busy all winter trapping them.
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A coyote like that around here would be a monster! What do you do with them? Use the fur? Please tell me you don't eat them!!
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were are you from. and no i dont eat them we tan the hides
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skullcrusher. all I do is set my snares on about every trail I can find and i dont touch them again unless i catch somthing in them or they get knocked over. The coyotes will eventualy use the trail
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skullcrusher. all I do is set my snares on about every trail I can find and i dont touch them again unless i catch somthing in them or they get knocked over. The coyotes will eventualy use the trail

I got that, but is there a brand or type of snare you use? Do you bait them? I am in the hilly southern part of Ohio. During muzzleloader season, I came across several paths in the snow and even some markings of territory. I can hear them almost every night, but rarely see them. Just looking for pointers to help diminish the population a bit...


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