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#2305174 - 10/08/12 09:27 PM IN Trappin
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got my metal out about a month ago and they were abused from last season to say the leastlol......



took turns soaking what i have built up and was using in 3 gallons of distilled vinegar and got them back to normal with some manhandling and a wire brush........



then set the turkey cooker to fire and it was on....soaked everything several times as i would do them one night leave them it would rain and get some more rust dust working to get the dye to cling.....



they came out like a dream after a few soakings and we had BLACKOUT........ thumbup











after that i dipped them all twice in FULL METAL JACKET and they a ready to DO BINESS......GET READY......PERIOD!!!!!!! thumbup1


Edited by REID2168 (10/08/12 09:29 PM)

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#2305260 - 10/08/12 10:26 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Awesome. Good luck
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#2305855 - 10/09/12 08:39 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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went and set out a couple trail cams tonight that i got some Primos Ultra Blackouts.....took these pics with my phone camera...

first one is some droppings by a exposed concrete pipe with a hole in it.....drop in some bait and lure it up with a flat set in front and we should be in biness....



this walk thru set my pup is by caught two or three last year...



heres a pic of the DIRTY HARRY dispatch 22....



im ready to do this.......BET!!!!!!!! thumbup1


Edited by REID2168 (10/09/12 08:41 PM)

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#2306453 - 10/10/12 07:12 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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here are a couple a pipe sets im gonna make for coons in about in about 30 days.....first one is an old drain pipe that i know coons go into.....



the second are two pipes just laying together with the other end blocked up....double set right there for sure...





also another grass clump pee post flat set im gonna drop in on Monday for some coyotes.....



i am pondering getting myself a dozen or two dogless coon traps and was debating between the Dukes and the Alcatraz and I am leaning towards the Alcatraz.........any opinions apprecaited. thx...REDNECK REID....... thumbup1

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#2308880 - 10/14/12 09:23 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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got a nother walk through set ready to go...

heres the walk thru i made........





there was another natural walk thru already tere as well that i left and will use urine on as well......they can feel comfy walking thru that one and then may not be as leary of my actual set...








also the beavers are really working around the lake as u can see from the push up in the photo........






my pup on another push up......



metal goes in the ground tomorrow........LETS DO THIS!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2310192 - 10/16/12 09:01 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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dropped three sets in across the lake yesterday for some quick and easy lets get started trapping before i left to go calling.....two flat sets and one walk thru set......ALL THREE were trampled this morning when i got back from calling....i think i best learn to set a trap again without a pan cover as they tapped danced on all three sets like it was a FULL BLOWN PARTY.....hahahahahha......two of the three had the slightest bit of sand under them and i have the triggers so close to get above pad catches they just didnt fire...so careless didnt pay off this time....lesson learned.......

1st walk thru set trampled and the bait stick dug up...hahahha.



kick back with some SUPER SCAT about 10 feet south of the above walk thru set......




third set remade after the catch....






you can see in the pic his front paw on the top leg was caught above the pad......with the #2 Bridger double laminated top and bottom and the stock jaws edges softened up they leave a mark but dont cut the animal...his foot was not broke either...





i am right next to a mining operation and a landfill and i can barely hear myself with the belts and conveyors running but i kept hearing a dog barking and howling and thought u r just back from calling all night u got COYOTE FEVER settle down your just tired.....well it kept on and kept on some more and finally i pinpoint and can hear the caught coyotes partner standing over in this tree line and barking and howling for a solid hour while i adjust the triggers a bit so NO MORE TRAMPLING and remade all three sets...



i also put in another yote set behind the tree line at the base of the hill.....BINESS!!!!!





should have had a DOUBLE first day but BLEW IT........try try again...........WATCH!!!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2310248 - 10/16/12 09:54 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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i also decided to get a bit more serious about snaring and stepped up and bought some good equipment to make some PRO SNARES and try out some Wolf Fang earth anchors....








somethings getting CLIPPED.......PERIOD!!!!! lol



Edited by REID2168 (10/16/12 09:56 PM)

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#2316217 - 10/25/12 10:04 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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caught a BIG BORE coon two nights ago in this fox dirt hole set and the trap was set off again this morning sneaky2...let the coon go as its not season yet......hopefully we can connect on some fox.......BINESS!!!!!!!!!! thumbup1


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#2317246 - 10/27/12 03:22 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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caught this yote in the dirt hole set i made for fox and had just caught the BIG BORE coon in two nights ago.......LUCKY dirt hole set i guess..only had a 1.75 for fox and it held this yote by his toes....double coil laminated with offset jaws......





must got a bit crazy as he disgaurded my trigger somewhere..



got it remade with a new trap and were ready to ROCK again....



went around and remade a few others as well since the rain the last few days had them locked up im sure..yes i also put those FAKE tracks at my sets....BAMMMM!!!!!!!! thumbup1





BINGO DINGO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thumbup

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#2318194 - 10/28/12 07:35 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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well my LUCKY dirt hole set was dugout from the side this morning.......just layed a stick long ways over the digout and threw some more bait in the hole..........coyote stepped right in front of my pan.....



made this pipe set........set it up with a trap on both sides....hoping for a double here.......



this sest has produced several fox in previous seasons so i opened it up for business......



lets ROCK & ROLL!!!!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2318388 - 10/28/12 11:16 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Looks good! I have set another trap around 8-10" back from the first trap when I had a digger. I think they have a habit of moving around the set, just like they come in circling.


Edited by Centurion (10/28/12 11:17 PM)
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#2318968 - 10/29/12 07:41 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: Centurion]
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Originally Posted By: Centurion
Looks good! I have set another trap around 8-10" back from the first trap when I had a digger. I think they have a habit of moving around the set, just like they come in circling.


i was going to do that but only had a 1.5 in the boat with me so i backed off and just left the set as is! unsure


Edited by REID2168 (10/29/12 07:42 PM)

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#2318988 - 10/29/12 08:02 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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caught an off target opposum today in the LUCKY dirt hole set.......guess the luck ran out........





also got busy putting together a few snares with the grear i bought.......






went out and set three of the smares up on some trails real quick tonight that i been looking at..........







gonna get a dozen snares made up and get the rest out tomorrow hopefully.....i wish it would snow.....ITS ON NOW!!!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2318997 - 10/29/12 08:19 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Yeah, that's no good. An Opossum will ruin a fox set. I always boiled my traps and stopped using the set where the Opossum was caught. It's funny, but catching a skunk in a fox set actually can help. You can even stick the skunk tail in the dirt hole.
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#2319685 - 10/30/12 07:30 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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had this today not sure if its dug up as it doesnt look dug up or if somehow it only washed off the front of the trap which doesnt make sense..........





also made up some more of my snares......any ideas on toning them down......i know the baking soda trick & paint......




just wondered if anyone had any other ideas.....thx! thumbup1

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#2320331 - 10/31/12 03:14 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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its time for a bath.....hahahahahaha..... lol



well i contemplated getting the turkey cooker back out but passed on that.......decided to go the spray bomb route on all my Coon Daggers and the dozen snares i have made up so far...........since i was using FULL METAL JACKET on them after the fact i figured it wasnt as important and i wanted the speedy way this time....i think i got the color close on the snares for my area as i used a tan and dark green mix....





decided just to hit the Coon Daggers with my gutter brown i had in the cabinet in quantity since i didnt have any white and its all about placement and the bait anyway if u ask me......





this is all the FMJ that was left over and the reason i only get out as LITTLE as possible and do not dip my traps but rather dump the FMJ all over them with a cup.....then shake them every few minutes until they stop dripping...i do them two to three times each and dump the leftover.......



one week from tomorrow November 8th and then its time to get some coons.........BAMMMMM!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2320336 - 10/31/12 03:22 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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also popped another grinner in the LUCKY dirt hole set rolleyes...must be the LIL brther to the one from yesterday tt2......OUCH!!!!! lol



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#2321488 - 11/01/12 11:39 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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caught another grinner in my log flat set.........im goona need to start capping these things.......pic didnt work from the phone.........

also had another tripped trap at the LUCKY dirt hole set.....it either stunk from the grinner catch which the whole area should have or the trap was to cloe to the hole.......i set the trap back 3" so we shall see...try try again.... thumbup1


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#2324091 - 11/05/12 10:23 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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caught a rabbit in this dirt hole set.........hes bait now.......



also found this tree hollowed out by the lake that will make a great baited coon set....



also notched this tree for a foothold a few seasons ago and its ready to go again......



also set some more snares on some trails.......







start trying for some coon this Thursday the 8th when the season starts for them.....BAM!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2325710 - 11/08/12 01:01 AM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Those sets look good. Last year I caught 2 grinners in the same set and then when I had them cleared out I caught a coyote in the same set and another coyote in a set about 20 feet from the first one that caught the 2 grinners and the first coyote.

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#2327165 - 11/09/12 05:16 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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caught a small coon in the lucky dirt hole set today....



also found another tree to make a natural bait set at....



also made a new flat set with a skull in the weeds with the lure and scent in the skull.........its barely sticking ut of the weeds so the yotes can see it.......



put my coon daggers out in sets of three......





hopefully we have some success.......!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2327432 - 11/09/12 11:44 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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just cam home from night callin and i get out of the truck and first thing i can hear a coyote over in the southeast corner of the lake barking and barking right where i have a trail snare set...hes either caught half back and not in a choke hold or his buddy is and hes wondering why hes not coming like the first day i had the coyote and the other one stood in the tree line and barked for 30 minutes....we shall see.....BINESS!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2328343 - 11/11/12 02:28 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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well i wish i could say i was right about snaring the yote Friday night but i wasnt.......i did have two coons and a grinner yesterday but i forgot the phone so no pics.........

i did connect again today at the same location for one coon....



yesterday at this location u could see they had been there but only ate what i dropped on the ground so i stoppped putting any around the coon daggers and only in them........had this double today and the one must have still been hungry cause hes in two traps...



this lone coon had both feet in the coon dagger......





i did have this yote about 40 yards from the snarre i thought he was in Friday night but wasnt..........he was in this snare today though.........



BAMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2330657 - 11/14/12 08:17 AM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Good job!
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#2332311 - 11/16/12 06:34 AM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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picked up two more coons with the coon daggers here is one of them..........




also picked up this squirrel......... lol



gonna keep after it........BET!!!!!! thumbup1


Edited by REID2168 (11/16/12 06:39 AM)

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#2334998 - 11/19/12 07:22 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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havent had anything for three days now...did get some more sets made.....

dropped another dirt hole in the tree line.........



remade the snare set that i caught the last yote in....


got some NEW lures to try..Thanks CLint....


been seeing rat scat on this barrel i need to get out of the water so i set my T post in to try and snatch a couple.....






also dropped a couple mink cubbies in......




put one on the back of this beaver push up....


BINGO DINGO!!!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2336300 - 11/21/12 07:10 AM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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popped a rat off my T post water set with some cotton balls and carrot sead oil....he was drowned....





i should probably use floats but i control the water level so the T posts work out ok......




BING DINGO!!!!!! thumbup1


Edited by REID2168 (11/21/12 07:12 AM)

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#2348541 - 12/04/12 01:39 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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popped a couple more coons with the Coon Daggers......heres one of them.............



also caught another rat in a mink set.......



also had this yote in a snare but he didnt choke out.....i think he may have kinked the cable when he first got cuaght and kinked it and it would tighten or loosen anymore...



found this block in the woods that will make a good bait set.....



also seen this eagle in a tree north of the lake......there were two in the same tree a few days ago but i couldnt get a pic in time......



BAMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2349536 - 12/05/12 03:45 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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another coon i got locked up in a Coon Dagger.......



griner & coon double with the Coon Daggers........



popped another coyote this morning in another snare set about 150 yards from the one from yesterday......



couple pics when i was trying to get both eagles pic together but the one flew offer before i got the shot....







BINESS!!!!!!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2358197 - 12/14/12 01:48 AM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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dropped in a couple coon trail snare sets on each side of this pipe that tuns next to the lake..........





this was a baited set i had made at the beginning of the season............



the RED coyote i just caught in the set........



i had nabbed several red fox here in the past year with this set and thats what i was targeting.....my modded 1.75 held the yote well though as it was a perfect hold.........



the aftermath of the set.......



gonne keep BANGINEM OUT!!!!!!!!!!! thumbup1


Edited by REID2168 (12/14/12 01:52 AM)

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#2362028 - 12/17/12 08:21 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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caught this yote by the leg in one of my coon/fox snare sets lol......he was there though when i got there....BAMMMM! thumbup1



Edited by REID2168 (12/17/12 08:22 PM)

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#2363057 - 12/18/12 05:57 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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very nice no complaints there haha!


Edited by howlyote (12/18/12 05:57 PM)

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#2370985 - 12/25/12 07:25 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Loc: Indiana
snared a beaver in a coon snare i had next to the water on a trail to the bank.......he was still alive and i let him go......





also snared another yote today.............



i think im going to an all snare line with the weather changes we have comin and all the trails i have seen.......i only have about a dozen sets out now with a coupe foot holds and a couple Coon Daggers and i think ill pull those and go to all snares..........the snares keep producing....BINESS!!!! thumbup1

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#2371113 - 12/25/12 09:17 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Why did you let the beaver go?
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#2371134 - 12/25/12 09:35 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: Jesse lackey]
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Originally Posted By: Jesse lackey
Why did you let the beaver go?


he was smaller than i prefered tt2......and it was Christmas Eve rolleyes....easy does it Mr. Scrooge cry.....hahahahahahahaha lol......PERIOD!!!! thumbup1

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#2371148 - 12/25/12 09:49 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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You guys must not watch south park enough to know that any critters roaming about on christmas eve are up to no good!
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#2375184 - 12/29/12 09:35 AM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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locked number 8 yote up in a snare yesterday on a trail that runs across the top of a ridge along the lake......this is the same snare set i caught one in about a month ago.........



he lost half his tail somewhere before he met my snare......



BINESS!!!!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2416720 - 01/30/13 12:25 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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had a few weeks of terrible weather.......after that broke the last couple days i caught this light colored dog....he chewed through one snare cable of 1/19 then when he left the seen he got locked up in another snare about 40 feet from the one he chewed out of.....i was sick and couldnt go out for a day and almost lost this dog......but dumb luck says different..........#9



you can see the snare he got caught in the first time chewed in half and the one he didnt get out of the second time still around his neck.........



had #10 yesterday morning...........



BINESS!!!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2417711 - 01/31/13 04:22 AM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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That last one is a good looking yote!
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#2417748 - 01/31/13 06:49 AM Re: IN Trappin [Re: Jesse lackey]
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Originally Posted By: Jesse lackey
That last one is a good looking yote!


they were both males and the one u r commenting on was a laarge dog as well......the biggest one of my season so far.....BET!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2420075 - 02/02/13 07:59 AM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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What part of Indiana are you in? I have been helping as an instructor at the FTA Trappers College for the past 12 years.
It is held in the LaGrange area in the N.E. part of the state.
Roy

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#2420125 - 02/02/13 09:18 AM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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i live about 3 miles from downtown INDY by the airport....BINGO DINGO!!!! thumbup1

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#2420430 - 02/02/13 03:08 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Very cool and informative thread you have going here REID !

BINESS!!! BINGO DINGO RINGO !

Now when you go to unzip the little dip - Be sure ya dont slip - No tellin what ya might rip lmao !!!

You Dig My Trappin Brother ?

I love your BINESS wording and others - Very cool!

Very cool thread!


Edited by Yote Whacker (02/05/13 05:26 PM)

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#2420432 - 02/02/13 03:10 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Hey Roy,Good to see ya here.I've love reading a few of your coon calling articles over the years! Are you still calling them?

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#2431307 - 02/11/13 09:12 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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locked up #11.......BET!!!!!!!! thumbup1


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#2432034 - 02/12/13 01:29 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Did you snare that yote there Buddy? Would that be yote #11?

TCB - Takin Care of BINESS!!! Yes Good Job!!!

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#2432037 - 02/12/13 01:31 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Hey Roy Greenfield,How ya doing this season?

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#2440123 - 02/19/13 06:24 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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banged #12 today at a carcus trail set tt2.....decent female.........BINESS!!! thumbup1


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#2441031 - 02/20/13 12:55 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Hows that dog act on the live coyotes? You are putting plenty of fur infront of it, thats for sure.
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#2441067 - 02/20/13 01:31 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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BINESS !!! Yes I Love It!!! Keep the pressure on those Deer Killers!!! Did I hear someone say BINESS? lol lmao

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#2441162 - 02/20/13 03:18 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: Jesse lackey]
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Originally Posted By: Jesse lackey
Hows that dog act on the live coyotes? You are putting plenty of fur infront of it, thats for sure.


a bit to freindly at times for me as the yotes are ready to attack and shes wagging her tail walking up to them so i still have to be careful with her getting to close just yet as i feel shes still to young to get bit.......shes seen them a couple times while hunting/calling and she starts pouncing on her front legs and wants to interact with them.....if i could get her with a seasoned/trained decoy dog i think she would catch the complete game real quick.......shes a trip either way to say the least......BET!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2441167 - 02/20/13 03:18 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: Yote Whacker]
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Registered: 11/22/11
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Loc: Indiana
Originally Posted By: Yote Whacker
BINESS !!! Yes I Love It!!! Keep the pressure on those Deer Killers!!! Did I hear someone say BINESS? lol lmao


BANG BANG lol................PERIOD!!!!!!!!! thumbup1

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#2451488 - 03/02/13 01:26 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Yes sir as old Rosco Peacoltrain use to say I love it I love it I love it get get get! BINESS fo shizzle! Good job my Hoosier Buddy!

Did you tell me you are close to Indianapolis? Does the amount of people / nosey people down there ever drive you nuts or do you just get used to it???


Edited by Yote Whacker (03/05/13 11:17 AM)

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#2858374 - 09/03/15 11:19 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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time to boot up & get some traps boiled, snares made & some earth anchors made up........OH YEAH!!!!!!!! thumbup1










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#2861389 - 09/14/15 08:03 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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dont get caught without your jacket on tt2...hahahahahahha.....got a bit of metal out for some coating....BET!! thumbup1













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#2861591 - 09/15/15 03:46 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Loc: Indiana
DIRTY HARRY trappin pistol clean & ready to ROCK SOCKS thumbup....CHECK!!! thumbup1


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#2861938 - 09/16/15 03:39 PM Re: IN Trappin [Re: REID2168]
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Registered: 11/22/11
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Loc: Indiana
found not quite a dozen snares I had bought a few years back before I started to make my own & I decided to use them up so i made up some earth anchors for them the same as my traps this way should I need to switch them back or forth when needed I can....also i dont leave my anchors i dig them back up for reuse....as well should a coyote make a catch circle of a snare trail set after caught which obviously no longer can be used with a snare i just unhook that snare & dig a dirt hole and hook a trap to that earth anchor and go again.....good luck!!!! thumbup1










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