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Discussion in 'Trapping' started by buckson, May 19, 2019.
Good time be dipping traps an stocking shed wood time passing fast. Yodlers need love long time
Good to hear from you nephew.Got my traps all cleaned up and dyed.Need to start getting some dry dirt stored.Be here before you know it.
Im way ahead of the game, I spray painted all my traps in March...
Have you ever tried That before now??? Was wondering if the paint smell would effect the K-9 catch???
Spray painted with what???
Black or what.
Y’all bunch of overachievers.
You know your supposed to wait and do all this in October
I’m leaving a few future trapping spots while working on foodplots and such.
This year I’m gnna strategically cut lanes in my field for trapping, after season ended the yotes had holes dug absolutely everywhere
Where can a guy pick up some walnut dye? Im finally going to give this a try. My Granddads stretches have been hanging in the barn for close to 30 years now. Picked up my first trap and plan to buy a few hear and there and give it a go this season.
Minnesota Trapline Products sells logwood dye don't think anyone sells walnut dye
How about dried walnut hulls?
Should work fine.I think a lot of the old timers boiled their traps in walnut hulls.
If u only could choose one lure for the sweet coyote what would you choose. I know that hard but I mean all year long from start to finish. You only get one lure. Now a lure can be urine bait or just a lure type stuff gland curious type eye Appeal what ever floats your boat. What would you use. Again I understand hard to answer but I know everyone got something they always reaching for. That they have confidence in. Care to name it let’s go ahead name what you desire. I can’t really figure what I’d want hard narrow down in mind. To many variables An weather conditions. But if had choose I say well I still thinking ha