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im looking for a good coyote/fox bait. any recipes? thanks in advance!

Question by kellens. Uploaded on August 14, 2011

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from country road wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

Without getting into specialty scents, cheap, canned dog food will get their attention.

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from kellens wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

cool thanks

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from steve182 wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

ALPO, or chuck wagon

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from kellens wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

what is alpo or chuck wagon

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from machinegunner wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

live chicken in a wire cage covered with straw, she will cluck him into range!

above, those are types of dog food.

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from huntinhuntinhuntin wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

roadkill

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from smallgamehunter25 wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

Old chicken scraps work well. Don't neglect lure either.

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from pudgexl29 wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

antifreeze. they like it cuz its sweet. and then you dont gotta worry bout shootin them. they usually dont go very far

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from ableskeever wrote 2 years 34 weeks ago

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.

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from kellens wrote 2 years 34 weeks ago

i meant for trapping. but i do hunt them to so keep giving tips.

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from chaslee wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

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.

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from thughes1133 wrote 2 years 31 weeks ago

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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from country road wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

Without getting into specialty scents, cheap, canned dog food will get their attention.

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from kellens wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

cool thanks

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from steve182 wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

ALPO, or chuck wagon

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from kellens wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

what is alpo or chuck wagon

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from machinegunner wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

live chicken in a wire cage covered with straw, she will cluck him into range!

above, those are types of dog food.

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from huntinhuntinhuntin wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

roadkill

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from smallgamehunter25 wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

Old chicken scraps work well. Don't neglect lure either.

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from pudgexl29 wrote 2 years 35 weeks ago

antifreeze. they like it cuz its sweet. and then you dont gotta worry bout shootin them. they usually dont go very far

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from ableskeever wrote 2 years 34 weeks ago

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.

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from kellens wrote 2 years 34 weeks ago

i meant for trapping. but i do hunt them to so keep giving tips.

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from chaslee wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

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.

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from thughes1133 wrote 2 years 31 weeks ago

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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