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Question by kellens. Uploaded on August 14, 2011
Without getting into specialty scents, cheap, canned dog food will get their attention.
ALPO, or chuck wagon
what is alpo or chuck wagon
live chicken in a wire cage covered with straw, she will cluck him into range!
above, those are types of dog food.
Old chicken scraps work well. Don't neglect lure either.
antifreeze. they like it cuz its sweet. and then you dont gotta worry bout shootin them. they usually dont go very far
Fresh hog and game calls for the 'yotes. I know a guy who downloaded a bunch of calls onto his iPod and hooks it up to speakers.
i meant for trapping. but i do hunt them to so keep giving tips.
shoot some groundhogs or road kill. Cut them/it in chucks and place in Qt jars - crack the lid a hair. Bury them in a sunny location for 2/3 weeks and hold your nose.
For fox, we use to use 2" chunks of cottontail rabbits, fur and all, that we put into jars. We also use to use a long-distance bottled lure for fox, like Pete Rickards. I know the stuff had skunk essence in it because it sure reeked. We just dipped a small twig in it and left it near a dirt hole set.
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