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I intend on getting out sunday and setting up 4 hay sets on old strip mine fields by my cabin for coyote.. also, getting a better read on my bobcat situation, and move my 5 sets for them

in years past how have you guys done with a storm front coming in like the one were getting this weekend.. have you noticed activity levels rise or do they hole up and wait to weather the storm

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I re-applied urine to all of my sets last night. With it being water based, it washes away so I'm about as ready as I can be with the constant rain / freeze / thaw we're getting.
 

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I have caught coon in that nasty windy storm we had last year so you would be surprised. I"ve seen fox run more during snow storms than after them also. Seems to me they can run anytime and when you think nothing moved last night you have somthing.
 
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