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Gordie

Pictures of your Furbearers and Varmints

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Gordie

Thought since there are more and more hitting these pages now.You guys should have your own place to post pictures.

Lets keep these picture respectful and try not to share the bloody pics as well. as always please follow forum Policy.

Thanks and lets see your pictures

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K_Josh87

Just need to get some to post up here!

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RangerJack

A nice female Red Fox I picked up yesterday. # 4 on the year for me!

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1johntimm

Nice pic, was that fox trapped,snared, or called in?

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bassman186

Nice fox!

Would love to get one of those down where I hunt.

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Gordie

Nice looking Red

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RangerJack

Here's a double from this morning! Whoop!

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1johntimm

Sweet! You must be hunting AND snaring them!

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Ray1

Can we post pics of the animals alive in the trap or not?

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Ray1

Well since no one has answered i will post a few and see if they get deleted. grinfull-19983-16448-3rd3.jpg

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Ray1

A few more.full-19983-16460-coyote112011.jpg

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certified jumbo

great pics. looks like you know what you are doing. thanks for sharing.

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Powerstroke

Thats a lot of yotes.

I see nothing wrong with posting pics of legally and ethically trapped animals. Congratulations on the catch and thank you for taking a few of those fawn eaters.

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Grayfox

Nice pics! Someday, I'm gonna connect on one. Still can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.

Rob

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K_Josh87

GF, What your doing wrong, You seem to be taking as many critters as anyone! :-)

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Grayfox

I can't seem to trap one. I've caught one coyote and fox in a cable restraint but none in a trap. I used speed dip on them originally and two years ago I stripped them down and dipped in formula one.

I've had them step close to the pan on numerous occasions but never on the pan. I don't know if they're smelling the dip or not. I'll have to strip them down agian and have a buddy show me how to dip in wax. Not sure what else to try.

Rob

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Gordie

Great pics and nice looking yotes.

Grayfox if you get the trapping down the yote population will be in severe trouble grin

BTW The gray fox is coming along great and its a big one compared to the forms they sell for bodys

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1johntimm

Great pics and great topic! Nothing like seeing a critter in a trap and knowing you outsmarted them!

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K_Josh87

GF, I see, I know they can be a bit of a challenge to figure out how to trap, I have not personally done it, so I cannot speak much about it. I know a couple guys that do though, and they say once you catch one in a spot, that you are a lot more likely to catch more... not sure how true it is. I like seeing the critters alive... gives a better perspective of how they look on the paw.

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RangerJack

Fox # 7 on the year and gray fox # 1. Heading to Wyoming for a week, so I will not be online. good luck to all

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bigg edd

Great pics Ray!

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bigg edd

Got out for a week or so this fall with the kids. They love it.

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Gordie

Gereat to see the kids geating in on it. Great pics also

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Ray1

A few more.full-19983-16503-coyote14double2011.jpg

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    • Wheezy Outdoors
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    • Wheezy Outdoors
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