Catching Coyotes

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Trapping Radio Podcast 443, trappers set limits but should not, don’t be the flea. Trapping in Texas, get a jump on the web.

Trappers limit themselves in many different ways. Most trappers act like a flea stuck in a jar. You don’t have to be the flea, become the beast with no limits. Then we have a bid on a domain for Texas, […]

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Trapping Radio Podcast 440, the true secrete to high production trapping and looking at trapping conventions.

Most trappers are looking for the secrete to catch more fur. I’m going to tell you how and why some trappers seem to be on a different level. Then we are going to look at why you should go to […]

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Trapping Radio Podcast 438, taking kids trapping, trapping feathers and best way to mark your sets

My take on taking kids trapping, plan ahead to make the experience so great that they can’t wait to go again. Some ways to use feathers to catch more bobcats, coyotes and fox. The three ways I use turkey feathers. […]

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Trapping Radio Podcast 436, Setting trapping goals, beaver dam break set for catching beaver and coyote trapping in catch circle

Tonight on Trapping radio we cover the real way to set real trapping goals, then we look at the best ways to catch a coyote in a catch circle. Then we look at two very good beaver dam break set […]

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Trapping Radio Podcast 434, catching coyotes, bobcats and fox. What is the best Trap?

On Trapping Radio podcast 434, we cover a caveman simple way to trap coyotes, bobcats and fox. You competition is not doing this, but it slams predators. Then we get into what is the best trap for you to use […]

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Trapping Radio Podcast 433, Jeff Dunlap, Jeff Hagerty and Sarah Gomez talk muskrats and coyotes plus more trapping.

Trapping Radio Podcast 433, Jeff Dunlap, Jeff Hagerty and Sarah Gomez talk muskrats and coyotes plus more trapping. They going into muskrat trapping with floats, and other important trapping equipment. These guys are always a hoot, so sit back and […]

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Trapping Radio Podcast 432, 1000 trapped bobcats in 5 years, Albert Simpson is the Cat man

Clint Locklear interviews Albert Simpson from PA about trapping in Texas and Montana. He has snared and trapped 1000 bobcats and truck loads of coyotes in 5 years. He is 68. http://trappingradio2.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/tr432.mp3 Sign up for the Trapping Radio Fur Brigade […]

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Trapping Radio Podcast 430, WE lost Terry L. Jones, a great coyote trapper. Part One

Tonight we will re play a show we are lucky to have done in the past with Chip Davis. Its our way off showing respect to a great coyote snare man. Part one http://trappingradio2.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/tr430.mp3 part two http://trappingradio2.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/150621_0009.mp3 Sign up for […]

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Trapping Radio Podcast 426, trapping in snow, even deep snow with the snow wizard Dave Vertz

Dave Vertz is a trapper from WI, he catches a big pile of coyotes in the snow, deep snow, shallow snow, dry snow and wet snow. He explains how he traps coyotes in the snow does not have to be […]

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Trapping radio 423, mirrors for bobcats, drags for beaver trapping, coyote trapping and bobcat trapping

We cover a lot of trapping questions to night on Trapping Radio. We cover coyote, bobcat, badger and beaver trapping. We have some great questions that are thought provoking. If you have questions for your trap line, send them to […]

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