Monthly Archive: September 2013

Sep 26

Trapping Radio – 81 – Trapping coyotes and bobcats in AZ with Rob Logston

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Trapping coyotes and bobcats in AZ with Rob Logston   trapping radio 81 This week on Trapping Across America we has Rob Longston from the great state of Arizona. Rob is a private wildlife control trapper that does private coyote, bobcat, lion and bear control. He also applies his craft for the state wildlife department. …

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Sep 18

Sorry guys, no show this week, I tried for hours, ” stupid #x!^&#xx*&#! computer ! “

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There will be no show this week. I have tried to upload several times. The internet is slow and the server is timing out on me before I can get the whole show is uploaded. I would keep working on it but its late wed night and I have to be on the road at …

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Sep 13

Trapping Radio – 80- OSCAR CRONK from Maine talks fox, muskrat, coyote, mink, bobcat trapping and hunting.

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 OSCAR CRONK from Maine talks fox, muskrat, coyote, mink, bobcat trapping and bobcat hunting with hounds. OSCAR CRONK on trapping radio   Tonight on Trapping Across America we have a legend in the trapping industry, OSCAR CRONK. I had the pleasure and the honor to interview Oscar Cronk when I was in Maine. This is …

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Sep 13

Bobcat Lure, CAT COLLECTOR by Clint Locklear from Predator Control Group

What is a good bobcat Lure? Who makes a good bobcat Lure? Is a bobcat lure that says bobcat lure on the label, really a bobcat lure? Questions, questions, questions. .Every trapper that has decided to chase bobcats has had to ask these questions and then choose a or some bobcat lures to go trapping …

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Sep 06

Trapping Radio – 79 – Red O’Hearn is talking Raccoon Trapping and the life of a Professional Trapper

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 Red O’Hearn is talking Raccoon Trapping and the life of a Professional Trapper  Trapping radio 79 Red O’hearn This week on Trapping Across America we have the one and only Red O’Hearn. He is known for his monster raccoon catches in Iowa, but he traps a lot more than just 1,000 to 1,500 raccoon a …

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