Tag Archive: predator control

Feb 17

Trapping Radio show #16, Predator Control, coyote eats deer, fawns and turkey. Lessions from the Harrisburg PA Outdoor show and why Trappers need to know how Predators effect Deer, Turkey and Quail

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Why trapping and knowing how to trap, kill and catch coyotes are so important in protecting deer, fawns, turkey and quail. Trapping and learning how to snare are a key to wildlife management.  trapping radio show # 16 This week on Trapping Across America we will look at some lessons Clint learned at the Harrisburg Outdoor …

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Dec 30

Trapping Across America, show #10, How to trap, catch and kill more Coyotes, Fox and Raccoons by understanding Trap Locations

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How to trap, catch and kill more Coyotes, Fox and Raccoons by understanding Trap Locations Trapping radio #10 This week on Trapping Across America we have a very different kind of show for you. Our show today is produced from a predator control line of Clints. He will be talking about different coyote, fox and …

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Dec 02

Why trapping and catching coyotes is so important to Quality Deer Management Programs

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Why trapping and catching coyotes is so important to Quality Deer Management Programs by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group If you getting into predator control trapping, this is some info that you need to know. If you don’t know how to explain to a client why trapping is important to his Quality Deer management, he …

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Dec 02

To trap and catch coyotes, which is more important, the Alpha male or Alpha female?

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To trap and catch coyotes, which is more important, the Alpha male or Alpha female? by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group   There is a buzz that has been running ramped in the trapping publications, Alfa male coyote madness. In the last year the buzz in the public has been, if a trapper wants to …

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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!

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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

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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 04

The Perfect Trap Placement for killing coyotes

by Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group I have tried about every trap placement known to man over the years. I’ve had the trap super close to the hole or object. Then I got into backing the trap up 6-9 inches from the hole. Next, I watched a few trapping demos and the “right” trap placement was left or right 2 …

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Nov 04

NOTE TO PREDATOR CONTROL MEN in the summer

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    By Clint Locklear, Predator Control Group In most parts of our great nation, if you are working on predators, you could have a dog problem. Dogs can and will show up in places that should be dog free. A lot of times these are hunting dogs. Everyone has heard the old reason why …

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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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