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Coyote Trapping School Podcast

May 21, 2019

In this episode I delve into hog trapping, as I've just recently got my hands on some high tech hog trapping equipment.  I don't yet have much experience trapping hogs but a good friend of mine is a hog biologist that specializes in trapping them so I've leaned on him heavily for some hog trapping knowledge.  And I'll...


May 16, 2019

In this episode I go through a recent article published in Quality Whitetails about a large coyote research project in the Southeast.  The article focuses on what the data means for managing deer, but I think the data could also help us as trappers learn more about the coyote and his habits.  I also touch on a few...


May 7, 2019

One of my favorite summertime activities is catfishing, especially with trotlines, jugs, and limb lines.  Its like summertime trapping, except enjoyable!  And a great way to quickly fill the freezer.  It is very easy and cheap to do any of these methods, and you can even use a kayak or canoe and do them effectively...


Apr 25, 2019

I've been getting a lot of questions lately about what bait and lure to use trapping in the summer.  In this episode I talk about some of the challenges of summer trapping and also give a run down of how to overcome those challenges, and some bait and lure thoughts.  Summer trapping is a little different than...


Apr 20, 2019

The trapline can take us to some remote places, often alone, in harsh conditions.  Many of us run farm country traplines where we are rarely out of sight of a house and never lose cell service.  Either way there are multiple hazards that can arise and being prepared can help to ensure you do not get stuck in a...