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#2178697 - Wed Mar 16 2011 03:44 PM Fox Hollow lures
snappertrapper Offline
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Loc: Central PA
Anybody use these on fox and coyot? I received a gift certificate to MTP for my bday and thought about trying a few but wanted to see if anybody else uses these on PA predators? Thanks

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#2179413 - Thu Mar 17 2011 06:12 AM Re: Fox Hollow lures [Re: snappertrapper]
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Loc: Lehigh county Pennsylvania USA
I never have used them. However, a new lure in your area ( your trapline) might be the "trip-up" for those critters. You might have the best season of your life.
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#2179419 - Thu Mar 17 2011 06:34 AM Re: Fox Hollow lures [Re: doubleT]
ewoktrapper Offline
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Loc: N.W. Pa
Slim Pederson sold the company to Bob Young which is now fox hollow lures.The lures are Slims recipes.Now that being said,Bob young sold the company to Tim craven.Tim also ownes Bridger traps now too.

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#2179421 - Thu Mar 17 2011 06:37 AM Re: Fox Hollow lures [Re: ewoktrapper]
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I should add that Tim Craven owns Minnesota Trapline Products. just in case you didn't know....

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#2179430 - Thu Mar 17 2011 06:56 AM Re: Fox Hollow lures [Re: ewoktrapper]
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Loc: Tioga county,PA(2G)
Only have used bounty hunter(mouse like scent) had good success, but me and my dad used Russ Carmen mostly.
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#2180236 - Thu Mar 17 2011 08:18 PM Re: Fox Hollow lures [Re: RyanX]
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Loc: PA 3D 5C
GH II One of my go lures for late season canines, when the temps drop,
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#2180277 - Thu Mar 17 2011 08:52 PM Re: Fox Hollow lures [Re: Furdog]
foxtrapperwoman Offline
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Try Violater 7 for k9's. I used some this last season and the foxes liked it. It has fox, mink, and some other glands, plus skunk for long distance call. Caven's red fox gland lure is also good stuff.

I see MTP also now has Stef Forget's lures- try Cachottier and his mink lure. The mink lure is a good k9 lure. You also can't beat his coon lure.
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#2180661 - Fri Mar 18 2011 07:39 AM Re: Fox Hollow lures [Re: foxtrapperwoman]
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Loc: hamburg pa
Caught my bobcat on bounty hunter at a dirthole set.

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#2180837 - Fri Mar 18 2011 10:46 AM Re: Fox Hollow lures [Re: little antlers]
snappertrapper Offline
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Registered: Sat Feb 20 2010
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Loc: Central PA
Appreciate the input

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#2182760 - Sat Mar 19 2011 09:56 PM Re: Fox Hollow lures [Re: snappertrapper]
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Loc: Shippensburg Pa
GH II and Violator #7 are my mix in lures when I change up on Circle Maker and Gusto.
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