Re: tracks all around
thats part of it. When an animal smells a new scent alot of times suspicion is raised,or they are just shy, and that might attribute to using too much lure. but each time that animal comes by the area they will build more confidence to work the set as long as you don't tinker with the set every day, and this is especially true of coyotes.. The best thing to do is check your sets from a distance if you can. sometimes they just don't step on the pan, and maybe next time around they will, but too much guiding is no good either. If i told you how many coyotes i should have caught within the last 8 weeks you'd puke. just hang in there. The only thing i might change if i were you is using a little less lure. Alot of people don't realize how much eye appeal their set has already. If the set is close to their path of travel, they are going to notice it, and the lure adds another aspect of curiosity, and the bait is supposed to hold them there to work the set. try using just a tiny amount of lure and bait and see what happens then. multiple lures can be good, but just tone the amount down some.