How to Trap Coyotes to Minimize Fawn Predation
This is Huntin’ Land, the podcast for landowners and land hunters. If you like to stay up to date on hunting tactics, land management, land values, and land market dynamics, this is the podcast for you. On this episode, Joe and Clint talk with Alan Probst with North American Trapper about the best traps, baits, human scent control, and all the things you need to know regarding how to trap coyotes to minimize fawn predation effectively.
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How to Trap Coyotes to Minimize Fawn Predation Topics Discussed
How Many Fawns Does a Coyote Kill Per Year, On Average?
How To Trap Coyotes
– Coyote Trapping Supplies
- Best Coyote Traps – snares vs foothold
- Best Coyote Bait – summer/fall/winter
- When do whitetail drop their fawns?
- What is the most critical period to trap?
– Coyote Trapping Sets
- Types of Coyote Trapping Sets
- Location Tips On Coyote Trapping
- When To Move The Trap?
- Controlling Human Scent
- What Should Go In A Coyote Trapping Kit?
- Best Way To Dispose Of Trapped Coyote
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