Hey guys, I had the pleasure of sitting in with Ron Jones of Redneck Pride Outdoors this week and discussing dogproof trapping and my baits and lures. Take a listen! Great info for the beginner and expert alike. Ron will be doing more DP shows in the future!
Hey guys! Got an awesome October special for all my followers on here! We are offering 16oz sizes of our DP Dynamite and Mini Bear Crunch for $5.00! This is a perfect size for your trap bags and if you want to try something new this upcoming season!
This all season dry bait is a candy/cracked corn/dog food mix. Its sweet with an irresistible smell that coons love. Cracked corn and dog food is added for protein to use late season. Includes powdered flavorings to enhance the base products. Attracts coons with a variety of smells and tastes! Good for use in cage traps as well as dog proofs.
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Hey guys! Wanted to let you know that we have a new e-book on the site. It’s from Jeremiah Wood with Trapping Today. Great information. You also get $5 off if you order through The Dog Proof Trapper. Get yours today.
Good morning everyone! I wanted to let you know that I have put several new videos on the site that show dog proof traps and how to use them. The two this morning are from Eric Fleming with Fleming Traps in Ramer, Alabama. Not only are they from my home state but they are a great group of folks. Featured on the videos is the Duke and the Z-Trap. Both are excellent products. You can browse their website at www.flemingtraps.com.
Well guys, this is the first catch from my DP traps that I set out several nights ago. The first is a 20lb boar coon that was taken on dog food and fish oil. Possums, I have learned love dog food too and are just as capable of being caught in a DP as that masked bandit of the night. Since I run a short weekend line, I had set out six Duke DP’s plus a Duke #3 and a snare. See I told you I liked leg holds a little! This was late on a Friday night. On Saturday afternoon, I checked the line and found those two possums above. On Sunday morning, I found Mr. Coon. I am not one to throw anything away. I am currently fleshing all three, while looking for someone to take the meat. Incidentally, I found out that coon peckers (sorry ladies) may be worth more than the fur is right now. This guy was definitely packing…….
When I worked my line on Monday morning, I found my snare and leg hold stolen and sets destroyed. I am sure some anti-American found them and threw them in the nearby pond. Such is the life of a trapper.
What did I learn? Set your traps away from the road. Even on private property. Expect some losses. Put up cameras. Don’t get down on yourself or society. Tomorrows a new trapping day. Peace.