Monthly Archive: October 2011

Oct 29

Predator Control Group News Center

Small pet owners, beware: Coyotes take to city life. In Bellevue last year, a coyote bit a 1 1/2-year-old boy on the ear at a playground, and a 4-year-old boy was bitten in the yard of his home. Still, “you have a better chance of being run over by your mailman,” Chandler said. Karen Barnett, who …

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Oct 29

Facts or Fiction in the Nuisance Wildlife Control business

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  By Norm Blackwell  Facts or Fiction  For the past 25 years I have ran a Nuisance Wildlife Control business. I trap everything from moles to coyote. I have seen and heard some amazing things that people have done to solve their animal problems. From what I have been told moth balls are the “fix …

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Oct 27

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

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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, …

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Oct 25

Coyotes, Fawn recruitment and Quality Deer Management

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by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group It is a cruel joke that fawning season is the same time that coyotes need more meat to feed their pups. Each dominate male and female coyote has an average of 4-6 pups per year. So this family group of coyotes has to kill enough to feed 6-8 mouths. …

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Oct 25

How to catch coyotes

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 by Clint Locklear, Wolfer Nation The old saying says it all, “just put the trap where the coyote is going to put his foot”. Kind of a smart aleck way the put it, but true. One of the first things before you can put your coyote trap where the coyote is going to step, you have to …

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Oct 21

Something to think about in modern America

  by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group What has happened to us!!!!!!! About 10 or 12 years ago, I was trapping some problem beavers for a land owner. The property has a large creek, about 100′ across running threw the property. One day, as I worked down the creek from the road, I noticed an …

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Oct 21

Wolf relocation program

Please open up your home to this fun loving “sort of” family pet. Loves kids, cats and slow moving small to mediem size dogs.

Oct 21

Before you know how to snare, snaring cable 1×19 or 7×7, it matters

  Before you know how to snare, snaring cable 1×19 or 7×7, it matters by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group       This is simple right? Not really. By not getting too technical there are several kinds of cable on the market. We can use 7×7 aircraft, 1×19 aircraft, swagged cable (smooth line cable), Thompson cable, stainless …

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Oct 21

Snaring beaver for Control Work

Snaring beaver for Control Work by Clint Locklear, Wolfer Nation  Why snares are great for controlling problem Beaver. You shake your head as you see your last conibear, it’s sprung just like the other four. Your client is looking over your shoulder and you can feel his confidence in your ability is fading fast. You …

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