Monthly Archive: November 2011

Nov 25

Trapping Across America show #5, Trapping and catching Bobcats in live trap Cages

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Trapping and catching Bobcats in live trap Cages trapping radio, trapping across america show #5 This week on Trapping Across America we had an interview with Charlie A. from CA. He is a dog-man for cats and also a smart guy when it comes to catching cats in cage traps. If you don’t use cages …

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Nov 25

Coyote traps, No Comprimises Allowed in coyote trapping

coyote in trap during predator control

Coyote traps, No Comprimises Allowed in coyote trapping by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group This topic is the one that a lot of “want to be” coyote men coast through in most books looking for the secret set. Their eyes glaze over and most don’t know how important the trap is to their success or …

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Nov 25

A look into the truly hard-core trapping minset, not for weak of heart

Clint Locklear setting a trap for coyotes

  A look into the truly hard-core trapping minset, not for weak of heart Last chapter from Mindset of a Professional book, by Clint Locklear WHAT IF AND THE LAST WORDS! At last my ranting and raving is coming to a close. A few last statements before you go off and conquer your world. What can …

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Nov 25

Thinking out side of box to catch mink on the fur trapline

trapping mink with cage traps

By Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group I watched this video on you tube the other day, and since I have been trapping on the river, the video keeps playing in my head. The video showed a guy setting a cage trap on a float and setting the trap under a road bridge. He caught a mink. …

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Nov 25

How to kill the old adult coyotes

coyote in trap

by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group Let’s look at a set that will nail the old coyote and allow you to catch more than a single coyote with a single trap. One good thing about a set like this, is that most coyotes have not seen a set like this today. It is an old …

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Nov 25

Hard-Core soil fertility for survivalist

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  This may seem strange to some of you reading this post. It is not in any gardening books I have read, and I have read a lot of them. Years ago, I worked my ground for the organic market and I never had to worry about not having thriving plants. Sure, I was a …

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Nov 18

Trapping Across America show #4, Trapping and catching Coyotes and the Live Market today

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Trapping and catching Coyotes and the Live Market today trapping radio, trapping across america show #4 This week on Trapping Across America we have a great show. Clint gives some practical advice for new trappers or trappers that have been at it awhile, but have information overload. Then we have a great interview with Earl Thompson …

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Nov 18

How to catch a Coyote naturally and cheap!

coyote in trap

by Clint Locklear, Predator Control group If you want to get my attention and get me coming your way, just bake some slice and bake chocolate chip cookies. Why, it’s a great memory from childhood. You see my mom used to make these cookies when I was growing up. Today, when I smell the cookies …

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Nov 18

Old School to catch Coyotes

several coyotes in back of truck

by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group As I am doing more and more coyote control work, I am amazed at how smart the trappers of our past really were. These men of the past did not have our road access, equipment or the experts we have on every corner now days. However, what these fur …

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Nov 18

Live like you were dying! want to be a Professional Trapper, then do it!

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by Clint Locklear, Predator control Group Note: this is an artical that I had published in Trappers World. If you have not read it, you may enjoy it. LIKE YOU WHERE DYING There I was driving up I-20 letting my mind wonder over this season. It was a wild ride that almost seems like an …

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