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post #1 of 53 (permalink) Unread 10-21-2019, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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Canine Locations

Where do you like to set for Reds, Greys & Coyotes? Why?
Let's share some location tips.

Here are some locations on my line that I like to set for Canines.
Crop changes, Lone Tree, Points & Swales

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Certin cross overs produce thoughout the season.

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there will be a lot of interesting information on this thread. thanks in advance
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How do you catch Canines is picked Corn fields?

Here I noticed the stalks were flat from truck hauling corn as it was picked.
An easy to travel highway for Canines..

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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.

Let's take a closer look...
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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...
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Blind sets, no lure/no bait

Here's an overgrown logging road in a woodlot.
Blend trap to match ground cover.

Trap near small piece of burnt wood...
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Blind Set
Here's a short trail on a 5' bank.
Trap set at bottom of trail (covered with tan grass)

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Hern , your sets are undetectable from your pictures , which tells me you are very experienced in doing your sets and knowledgeable as well
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NorthernPotterCo, Not trying to show my 'set making' in this thread. Just trying to show 'locations' where & why to make sets.

I know locations vary throughout the state, but all good locations have a common denominator.
....where and why do you like certain locations?
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