This is from a few years past.
I like to do some pre season baiting with a trail camera. This grey fox was caught with the trail camera in October and later caught in November. I actually caught 2 grey fox in this location that season.
Pulled my card from my camera at my feeder yesterday. Before pulling it, my viewer showed 33 photos, quickly flipping through them, I saw two big coon. After pulling the card, I placed it in my pocket, and on the way to the truck I somehow lost the card. Need to go back with my daughter's metal detector and see if air can find it.
If you can teach em to eat smoke flavored cat food, I suppose you could. But I really think they are protein eaters and the legality of placing road kill or a dead livestock is beyond my scope of the law.
<span style="color: #660000"><span style="font-weight: bold">...you can't trap on bait visible from the air, but you can cable around it during CR season.</span></span>
How far away do Cable Restraints (CR) have to be from visible bait?
I didn't know we could set any trap on/near exposed bait.
Several years ago, Pa. law makers legalize year round, 'baiting for Coyote', <span style="font-style: italic">hunting only</span>.
In turn, Now these same fat a$$, lazy law makers can go to their cabins and hunt 'Coyote bait piles' during Bear Season.
Just doesn't make sense to me...