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stapher1 10-13-2013 11:46 AM

Trapping for Fox
 
I need some help, I was thinking of starting to trap for fox and coons. I keep getting a grey fox on my trailcam and would love to have him mounted. Anyways, I've never trapped before or have anybody i can talk to about it. What do i need? I may go for coyotes too later on also.

I use to know a guy that had someone that he would take the whole animal to and they would skin it themselves so you didn't mess the pelt up, which is what i'm looking for:happy0001:

glrizzz 10-13-2013 12:54 PM

Use #11/2 coils. Dig a 3' diameter hole about a foot deep. place bait & fox gland lure in hole. Spray fox urine in back of hole. Use dry dirt collected during summer so won't freeze. Put a couple cotton balls under pan so dirt doesn't get under pan & prevent trap from going off.
Location: old farm roads, pastures, hayfields, along drainage ditches, railroad tracks, etc.

Tundra10 10-13-2013 10:55 PM

Good luck! Plenty of sites with great info , just start looking.

#1 Make sure you have the proper licenses

Lots of room between tween species mentioned as for how to trap said animals.


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