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Trapping Radio podcast 405, Clint Locklear drills Jeff Dunlap with trapping questions. Does He pass?

Jeff Dunlap is asked several questions from DR. Clint. I put him on the couch and get deep into his twisted mind. We get into coyote trapping, trapping with dad, trapping with grand kids. Otter trapping, mink trapping, who wins […]

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Trapping Radio Podcast 404, snares, snaring to catch anything. The ins and outs with details. Why snares are so simple and effective.

This week on Trapping Radio podcast we go deep into snares. How to set snare to catch. Snare loop sizes for coyotes, bobcats, fox, raccoons, muskrats, beaver and otter. Snares are easy to set and use because they are so […]

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Trapping Radio 400, long spring traps for coyotes, fox and bobcats. Wolfer lesson for trapping in frozen ground.

How to trap coyotes, bobcats and fox in long spring traps. The in’s and out’s of the trap. Yes it is slower than a coil spring, but DOES NOT matter! They are like your grandad, the get the job done […]

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Trapping Radio 399, trapping culture and putting the best thing for you in your trapping and snaring.

If we want to keep trapping going, we don’t need more how to trap videos. We need trapping culture videos to show the real side of what it means to be a trapper. We all are individual trappers, we each […]

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Trapping Radio 391, efficient and productive trap line. when to pull traps, trapping routes.

We have a interesting trapping show tonight. what is a efficient and productive trap line. This will depend on your, your animal population and places you have to trap. When to pull a trap line and why. http://trappingradio2.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/tr391.mp3 Sign up […]

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Trapping Radio podcast 386, trapping lessons from Johnny Thorpe. He was a master at light and fast trapping.

For some reason I had Johnny Thorpe on my mind today, so we talk about lessons I learned from him. Not only did he know animals but he studied trappers as well. We make trapping so complicated today, but Johnny […]

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Trapping Radio 385, coyote trapping around my dogs, bobcats in swamps and don’t be a JF

We cover a lot of trapping topics tonight. We look at trapping with your dogs on a property. How can we trap around dogs. I recommend plywood or Expand-A-Pan Timeouts. Then we look at bobcats in swamps, flipping traps, storage […]

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Trapping Radio 376, scent control for coyotes, bobcat boxes and trapping philosophy.

What is a good level of human scent control for coyotes and fox. If you stressing over scent control, you are probably going over board. Then we look at bobcat boxes for bobcats, the good, bad and the ugly. we […]

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Trapping Radio 373, Costa Rica, picking better traps for you, river trapping from muskrats to coyotes

Just got back from Costa Rica, interesting tax lessons. Then we look at traps, some get better results in different areas in different soil types. We end the show with river trapping from a boat. Why, because river trapping is […]

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Trapper Radio 366, 7 mistakes coyote trappers can make and 6 bobcat mistakes trappers can make

On Trapping Radio tonight we look at some things that coyote and bobcat trappers need to think about. So we look at 7 mistakes coyote trappers could be making. Then we look at 6 mistakes bobcat trappers could be making. […]

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