Oct 27

Trapping Radio show # 1, Trapping and catching raccoons in 5×5 bodygrip traps, Wolves in WI and lure that is dirt cheap

Trapping and catching raccoons in 5×5 bodygrip traps, Wolves in WI and lure that is dirt cheap

Trapping Across America, show #1






Welcome to the virgin episode to Trapping Across America. We are excited to bring you a trapping radio show.

Today we are looking into this time of year, and getting ready for the trapping season. We have two guest on this episode. The first is Scoot Adams from Ohio. He is talking about using the 5×5 bodygrip trap for raccoon. Then we will be talking to Duane Fronek from Wisconsin about the wolves in WI and the Midwest. At the end of the show, I will be talking about a lure that is dirt cheap and will out perform a lot of stuff being sold in bottles.

If you have a question that you would like ask Clint and have answered on the radio show, leave the question in the comments section below this post. We will get to them if we can.


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  1. Michael Campbell

    After a coyote or fox is caught in Ohio the catch area is muddy. Do you use stinky mud?

    1. admin

      I guess you can, but mud is no fun to deal with, I see no reason it will not work the same.

  2. Brian Prudden

    great show keep up the good work .

  3. RPage

    Great idea for a trappers radio show. I just thought that I would make a comment about raccoon trapping with the 5×5 bodygrips. I bought a copy of Scott Adams video at the National Convention in Columbia, Missouri, I watched it and studied it and expermented it on some ADC jobs. If used like Scott demonstrates in trails with the triggers trimmed back and used on proper stands, it is, in fact deadly on coon. I even caught one weighing 18-20 pounds, and there was no sign of a struggle. All coons were humanely dispached RIGHT THERE !!!!. However, I feel it is very important to note that Scott referenced the state of Missouri as a state limited to 5×5′s on dry land. This is true, however, we are not allowed to use ANY bodygripping traps on road ride-a-ways unless the trap is submerged in water. We can’t even use a 110 on dry land along road ride-a-ways.

    We have highly regulated trapping laws here in Missouri. So, if anyone plans to trap here in Missouri, be sure to study the regulations carefully. We have learned a new way to eficient way to capture coons using the 5×5′s and I would like to see that continue. We lost the 220 over 30 years ago over 1 accidental dog capture and we could lose the 5×5 if people are found setting them along our road right-of-ways. I guess what I am saying is for people be sure to follow regulations and to use COMMON SENSE when setting these traps so that we can be sure to continue using this great tool in the future.

    Keep up the good work!

    R. Page

  4. riverratter

    Great show keep up the good work. every trapper needs to listen to this show

  5. rjtx

    Just listened to the show and I loved it. Keep up the good work. Can’t wait til the next one.

  6. Cav

    Very nice Clint. Already looking forward to the next one.

  7. michael stevens

    got on the site @ work and cant wait to hear the rest when I get home tonight. Thanks Clint for another learning tool.

    Michael Stevens

  8. BeaverTrapper

    Great show! Very well produced.

    The tip on the stinky dirt was one of those “why didn’t I think of that” moments. This is going to be great! I also enjoyed the 5×5 discussion as well.

  9. DFronek

    Well done Clint. I think it will be a great asset to trappers, not just the interviews but your tips and the things you talk about.

    1. admin

      Thaks man, I know Ilisten to the survival pod cast when I am packing orders. So I figured we should a show that catered to tappers. Since I talk to trappers everyday, it seems to be a good fit.

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