Trapping Radio – 92 – How to Trap and Catch more fur with Brandon Johnson from Trapper TV

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This Week on Trapping Across America we have the trapping machine Brandon Johnson. We were together on a control job while we were filming Trapping TV in the south. One night after everything got quite I talked him into giving us an interview for Trapping Radio. A lot of you have seen some of his catch photo’s on Facebook and other places. It is impressive to say the least. Brandon is from Ohio, but state hops to keep piling up fur. He is known for a raccoon, beaver and otter trapper, but I can tell you from being with him, he can catch what ever he targets. I think you get a kick out of this interview, I hope it fires up some guys to copy Brandon work ethic.

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Predator Control Group product of the month is Cat Collector video.

Follow along with Clint Locklear from Predator Control Group as he explains in detail his system for taking numbers of cats anywhere in the country.

For FOUR HOURS Clint drills down on commercial bobcat trapping, not hobby or sport trapping methods. Clints system allows you to attack a bobcat population, get them caught and get to the next group of cats. You will understand how a cat works a set and why general predator set are not a high percentage bobcat set. You will learn the rules of production cat trapping and then be able to take these guidelines and rock’n roll on your own cat line.

Besides the instruction side of the Cat Collector DVD, you will see several cat working sets, getting caught and fighting the trap in NIGHT VISION FOOTAGE!

NOTE FROM Clint: I decided not to put out a cat trapping video till I could hammer a cat population as fast as raccoon trapping. For years I have been looking at different ways to speed up and cut misses. The system on this video is my full system on taking a very high percentage of the cats in an area. Control is the key. If you don’t control the key issues, you will miss a lot of cats. General predator sets miss to many cats. If you want to rack up the numbers, this system will work for you anywhere in the country. You will also see a ton of cats on the video. Cat Collector is entertaining, but like the rest of our video’s, it is made for you to be a better trapper. I’m very proud of this video, it is worth several thousand dollars to any bobcat trapper. I wish I had this information several years ago. If you are wanting to learn a serious bobcat system you will not be disappointed.

2 Comments

  1. I have not been able to listen to a show on my smart phone since u swaped over its like it is not All poping up

    • There is no way we can make it work on every device. I can listen to it on my droid phone. The new player allows you to download the file to phone. It is just a MP3 file. Then you can listen to it as a down load. I’m trying here but phones, players and tech is hard to keep up with.

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