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frustraing season takes a little better turn

Many of you probably read my post "what am i doing wrong" If not ill fill you in. Since the end of deer season i lost 4 coyotes that i had caught, Since that post, i decided to up my pan tension quite a bit, and use native dirt over the pan alone, and the rest peat moss and here are the results of the last 2 nights.
1/23 on an already established natural scent post before the set

during the catch

1/24 Urine post with red fox urine... Also accounted for 2 red fox last week, no pics
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Congrats on your catch.


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im getting alot of this on my other sets. The trap is in the small depression just to the left of the mound of dirt and stick, He stepped on both sides of the pan. Also the dogs are coming within 30 yards of my set now, smelling them, and turning back, Are they educated to my lures?

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Good job!!

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Persistance and patience...pays off !
Congrats !! way to go .

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thanks guys, im thrilled!
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