I'm afraid I might put too many sets on one farm but would like to hear what those with more experience have to say: at the base of a ridge there's an old railroad bed that runs aways in both directions, thought about putting a set or two along there assuming fox run the old tracks; a couple hundred yards below that a big creek runs parallel to the rr bed and I'd like to put a set or two along it assuming fox also run up and down the creek; then 300 or 400 yards above the creek a tree line runs through crop land (corn and beans) and I'd like to put set or two at the top corner of that assuming fox run that tree line . . . think that's too many sets for one farm? Thanks
if it is a new farm, gang set the heck out of it. after a couple days you will know where the critters are running. then, next year you will only have to set where you caught the fur the previous year.
Yep what eagerbeaver said...Even us old guys can't hit the key locations all the time on a new farm.We just might dial into the locations abit faster.Set it heavy.Traps sitting in the back of the truck aren't doing you any good there anyways...Sounds like your on your way about locations..Good luck