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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-13-2011, 05:44 PM Thread Starter
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Mountain Coyots

Gonna run 8 or 10 sets the first week out the mountain on state ground along with my regular farm line; from my limited experience I understand that for mountain coyots well-blended in flat sets are the way to go along with lure, no bait . . . am I on the right track? Thanks
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Re: Mountain Coyots

Just lure and urine for me no bait for nothing I trap. Flat sets, post sets. urine post sets or dirt holes do just fine. I do try to blend fairly well. Sounds like you will do just fine if they are THERE. You will get many different opionions on this subject especially from the profesional internet trappers. Focus on your location and be patient, sometimes it takes awhile.
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Re: Mountain Coyots

lure and urine are best at any set.baits seem to draw in the garbage critters that i don't want to catch(opposums and skunks)
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Re: Mountain Coyots

Right on!
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post #5 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-13-2011, 08:51 PM
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Re: Mountain Coyots

In the mountains...your sets will get blended with falling leaves and blowing leaves
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Re: Mountain Coyots

So how bout this set for deep-woods yotes; a cubby type hole dug into the bank of the mountain along a trail with something natural like a squirel pinned down to the back of it?
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Re: Mountain Coyots

Go find someone in your area that traps and ride along with him on there trap line. Do this a couple of times and you will be a pro. Once you get comfortable with your set making focus on location and you will catch if they are there. It isn't rocket science, keep it simple in and out.
Stay away from the banks or big backing don't crowd in any shape or form. Russ Carmin lure (Pro Choice)
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Re: Mountain Coyots

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Just lure and urine for me no bait for nothing I trap. Flat sets, post sets. urine post sets or dirt holes do just fine. I do try to blend fairly well. Sounds like you will do just fine if they are THERE. You will get many different opionions on this subject especially from the profesional internet trappers. Focus on your location and be patient, sometimes it takes awhile.
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What do you mean? No harm intended
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Re: Mountain Coyots

Hey! How about those Cardinals?

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