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Cadello
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I probably told you this already, but when I raised chickens I had a problem with yotes and bobcats.

I took a small cage and put a small chicken in to then put a leg trap on both sides.

In 2 weeks I caught 2 bobcats and 2 yotes.

They can't resist ...If there are fox you will catch them too...


Cadello
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Sounds like a blast
BOOM!


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offshoretrash
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you missed the fight for your thread last night..



I saw that it got anchored but I was gonna wait til today to raise hell. Who the hell is the Mod that keeps fricking with the OB?

Well anyway I got out 20 sets 6 bobcat, 1 fox and the rest coyote. I only got one section of the club set. Saw alot of coyote sign on the other side of the club. The loggers are gonna screw me up some.


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offshoretrash
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put a small chicken in


Problem is this is illegal and where I am trapping I'm not gonna do anything like that.


ReelFun
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bacon!


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offshoretrash
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re: The official Offshoretrash trapping thread
Sorry for the delay in posting updates. I don't get cell phone service where I am trapping and I had to take my boy to try out in baseball.

This is a pretty big female cat I caught today. It was my only catch. I didn't see a whole lot of fresh activity so I don't think they are moving real good.



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DieselTiger1
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I read the title as "offshore trapping" and had no idea what the frick was going on.


offshoretrash
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Figured I would give ya'll a little update. It's been kind of slow but I think I finally found them today. The guy hadn't showed one section of their club so we went there today. It was loaded with K9 tracks.



This is the biggest female I have ever caught and she had great fur and color.




This a big tom he was 25+ lbs with good spots





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JAB528
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Man those are some beautiful animals, especially that fox.

Do they go ape shite when you approach?


RATeamWannabe
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Used to trap the hell out of coons and possums eating pawpaws strawberries when I was a kid, pics bring back the memories


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offshoretrash
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Man those are some beautiful animals, especially that fox


Yes they are I love the color of Grey fox. If I was a pimp I would have a Grey fox fur coat.

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Do they go ape shite when you approach?




Yep at first then they calm down. That big female never did though. She was an old coyote.


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Cadello
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re: The official Offshoretrash trapping thread
2nd pic is a German Shepherd..what's that fetching these days?


Geauxtiga
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Dam, love this thread. Must be fun to be able to catch bobcats and foxes too.


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offshoretrash
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2nd pic is a German Shepherd


She was a big one. Fat as a pig too.

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what's that fetching these days?


I'm hoping with her color and size $15. The average is said to be $7. This is a big increase from just a couple years ago.

I hope to get $40 for the big tom and $25 for the female.

Greys are running in the low teens.


jimbeam
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stupid question but how do you kill them?


Geauxtiga
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PETA's watching. Use your imagination.


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JAB528
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re: The official Offshoretrash trapping thread
Jttf


Cadello
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I'm hoping with her color and size $15. The average is said to be $7. This is a big increase from just a couple years ago.

I hope to get $40 for the big tom and $25 for the female.

Greys are running in the low teens.

fricking liberals ..I used to get $22 for mink, $15 for coons, $7 for muskrats, $5 for Nutria and $35-$50 for Red Fox..


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jimbeam
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so he built a high fence area, puts them in there, lets them live happy lives and die naturally then skins them?

to you good sir


Cadello
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I used a .22....stick for the smaller ones.


Then I awoke from my dream and rode my Unicorn through the magical forest............


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