Not too bad...

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Mark K

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Went back this afternoon and put a compass set in on the opposite side of road about 15ft north. Looked like there were several sets of tracks and that was the only trap by itself. Had a couple more about 200 yards farther South. Maybe another one will roam trough in the next few days.
 

furtaker

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Nice! What kind of set? Summer yotes are tough for me and I just don't have the motivation to fool with them much this time of year. My first set will be drenched with sweat.
 

Big7

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Get em' all. PLEASE ! All they do is eat rabbits and raid Turkey and Quail nests.

Let's not forget the damage they do to beef during calving season.
 
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Mark K

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That makes 12 off this property. We don’t have a lot due to trapping for the last 15 years, but still take 12-15 every year. September-February they’ll filter back in and we start all over again. Wish I could trap it year round but with dog training and hunts it’s about impossible. Setting and tripping traps for hunts sucks, lol. Too much work. I just wait until quail season ends and get back to work.
Coyotes are like hogs, once you get’em you’ll never get rid of them for good.
 
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Mark K

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What’s also interesting is I take about the same number of each critter each year.
12-15 coyotes
6-8 bobcats
About 20 coons
And I quit counting at 25 with possums.
 
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