If you can scout the longest crop changes in your territory, you may fine a heavy Canine travel way.
Here's a crop change that's over half a mile long that produces each season.
I set in the bottom of swale, far left not pictured.
Plus I can't pass up setting near this lone fence post 100 yds. from my bottom sets.
At this location, at bottom of lane, a deep, brushy hollow jets into cropped fields.
A perfect location to set Canine traps.
I set on bottom left of lane.
When I scouted and prepped location, I noticed a spot of dead grass on the lane. It caught my eye.
I never set this lane but thought I would set the dead grass.
I transplanted a tuff of grass in the center and added Red Fox gland lure.
Bare spots or where farm equipment scuffed up the ground may attract Canines.
I caught two Reds in the dead grass spot on lane and several more in my bottom sets... IMG_0002.JPG