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Can't wait to catch some more mudball coons.
 

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I let the washing machine do the work.
 

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caught 14 today only 7 were mudballs. All nice boars no rubs. not too good for 40 stops.
 

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Would that be modified or mudified hay set?.........Nice catch
 

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Yes the washing machine for it. I just took 10 mudball coons out of the machine.
 

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here is the treatment all mudballs get. It's a secret from my wife. don't tell her about the washer. lol
 

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reg wash cheap liquid softner drip dry in front of a fan for the day then flesh and board.
 

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Typical dog, the blue heeler sniffing the butt LOL. BTW the dog looks to have a utility mark- that black at the top of the tail. Means it's got good herding bloodline.

Does that blue heeler's pee attract foxes and coyotes by chance? The blue I had would pee near and sometimes on my fox sets, and I would have foxes jumping into traps. Maybe my lack of trapline dog is my current issue. My red is crippled with arthritis and too pigheaded to let me pick him up.
 
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