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Nov 29

Trapping Radio – 89 – Trapping out of state, getting a place to trap

 Trapping out of state, getting a place to trap

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This week on Trapping Across America we are talking about how to find ground when trapping out of state. How to find places to trap. How to find a place to skin and all that goes along with out of state trapping. We also talk about a lession that I was taught again this year. Be set up for what you are trapping at the moment.

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Blue Ridge is running a special for Trapping Radio listeners only. If your order a $100.00 worth of trapping supplies. Scott will give you $5.00 off for just being a Trapping Radio listener. How cool is that, its like free money for order what you were going to anyway. All you have to do is type is ….Radio   into the coupon box. Radio is your on-line Coupon.

Predator Control Group product of the is is Federales. FEDERALES is based off of federal research. Some of it is smoked. (not that fake smoke from the grocery store) It also is loaded with natural predator calling ingredients and oils that reach out and stops a coyote in his tracks. You will see digging and milling around your sets. Good stuff! (FEDERALES is Spanish for federal police)

Like most of our lures and baits, FEDERALES does not smell or get the same reactions as most bobcat based Bill Nelson clone style coyote baits. This bait is penetrating and fills up the air around a dirt hole set or a sneaky flat set. This bait does not have skunk in it and it does not need skunk in it. FEDERALES works well in the sleet, snow and freezing cold, but it also calls in coyotes all spring, summer and fall. This bait has turned into one of my go to baits on my predator control jobs. I have never seen anything that will take 9 coyotes off of 1,200 acres in 95 degree temps and them slam coyote in the single digits.

Big boar raccoons, grey fox, otter and red fox also give FEDERALES a big thumbs up. This bait tears all predators up. I know when it gets late in the year, I will leave the fish and sweet bait at home and grab a few FEDERALES for my raccoon pocket sets, cages, buckets and dry land dirt holes. Randy Smith has used this on his ice and snow raccoon trap lines in PA. The next time I talked to him he wanted a gallon and five gallon price. Keep in mind Randy takes between 600-1000 raccoons in PA and he does not set a trap till the snow flys.

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1 comment

  1. Jan Porinchak

    I listened to this broadcast and it inspired me! I live on Long Island were open space is at a premium, and much of the undeveloped land is off limits to trapping etc. I got the idea to research the contact information and location of sportsmans clubs in the area. I figured that they might need help controlling raccoon and fox populations that prey on the game birds they stock for their hunting clients. BINGO. Within a day I had an owner of a game club practically begging me to come out and help eliminate his fox and raccoon “infestation”! On nearly 900 acres of previously un-trapped acres. Thanks to Clint L. for the idea of putting on the big boy pants and making a few phone calls. Never hurts to try!

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