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drit hole help

Anyone use a doulbe drithole set how do you make it and does it work well with coyoties
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Re: drit hole help

Here is a video of a double dirt hole set.

http://youtu.be/2FbaFvnyR-4

Might be a bad week for trapping with all the rain.

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thanks trapperrick what part of somerset are you from i live near seven springs
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thats a heck of a link. started watching the video and low and behold its a friend on there. good guy and trapper.
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thanks trapperrick what part of somerset are you from i live near seven springs
Northeastern Somerset County, close to Windber.

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i make mine very close to the way he does his but I blend mine back in,pan out about 6-7" for yotes/fox,and I don't pile dirt at front of the set.Theres no set rule as he said but see what works best for you.I can't get any of my bigwoods yotes to step on a dirt pattern though thats why I blend.In farm coutry, they are use to animals digging holes and dirt patterns.I'd say, try one like his and one blended and see what the yotes prefer

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