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Best coon set...blue bucket? #6258117
06/11/18 09:20 PM
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How well does the blue bucket set work for coon? Asking for a friend...

Last edited by Hutchy; 06/11/18 09:21 PM.



Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258121
06/11/18 09:24 PM
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NO good It's a mink set.


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Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258123
06/11/18 09:26 PM
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Beav! Don't tell anyone!

Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258127
06/11/18 09:32 PM
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Had to lock it up the coon poop was getting so deep! whistle


Was born in a Big City Will die in the Country OK with that!

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Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258132
06/11/18 09:44 PM
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Originally Posted By: Hutchy
How well does the blue bucket set work for coon? Asking for a friend...


My go to set..

Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258147
06/11/18 10:12 PM
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Some fella was selling blue buckets at the PTA rondy last week. He was selling lots of buckets, more than Lowe's.

Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258175
06/11/18 11:28 PM
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What about a blue barrel set? Would I catch a barrel full of mink or coon? What about a blue pipe?




Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258282
06/12/18 02:41 AM
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I hung one off the ground and caught a flying squirrel.

Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258419
06/12/18 12:32 PM
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Newt who let that set out!!!!!!!!


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Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258426
06/12/18 12:40 PM
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I heard from a girl, who read on the net, that Lirpa Loof invented the set.

Bet I know who was selling them at PTA.
He's been flooding the market for years but the set still produces.
That's why the coon, possum, and mink market are so low.
Good thing the set does not work on our high quality coyotes.





Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258433
06/12/18 12:46 PM
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The original blue bucket with instructional dvd sold at the PTA auction over the weekend. I'm really upset I had to leave early...

Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258434
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I believe raccoons, like nearly all mammals, cannot differentiate color. If that is true, what is the attraction to blue? Does it reflect ultra violet light? Just wondering.

Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Ole] #6258441
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Originally Posted By: Ole
I believe raccoons, like nearly all mammals, cannot differentiate color. If that is true, what is the attraction to blue? Does it reflect ultra violet light? Just wondering.


They don't see black and white but are "color blind". They can still detect some colors such as blue. The buckets probably have UV brighteners which can make them almost glow in the dark to animals.


Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258447
06/12/18 01:12 PM
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If I were a raccoon I would WANT to stick my head in the blue bucket...I could not help myself.



I'm just happy to be here! Today I'm as young as I'll ever be and and older than I've ever been before!
Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258451
06/12/18 01:16 PM
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i use the blue bucket set when i wanna catch mink and exclude coon.like trying to catch a mountain lion in a dogproof.you gentleman need to look outside the box,remember how many people thought Ken Smythe was crazy???????????BATMAN out


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Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258458
06/12/18 01:34 PM
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Mine are beige (dirty white) or black and work well.
BUT, they are SQUARE 4 gallons I get from Lowes or Ace Hardware from when they get chain.
Square are easier to stabilize too.
Some drill holes in bottom (end) for odors to flow but I cut a window bout 2"x4" and pop rivet 1/4" rat wire (hardware cloth) over it.
I do drill a hole TO SUSPEND THE BAIT...this keeps mice from stealing it.

The most important aspect is A ROOF, or set the trap 8-10" back to keep dogs out.
I drill holes for a quick attach roof that overhangs bout 10-12".

Since coon travel as family units I'll set 1-2 buckets, 3-4 DP's and maybe a couple pocket and/or blind sets with footholds where sign is present.


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Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Jonesie] #6258510
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Originally Posted By: Jonesie
Newt who let that set out!!!!!!!!


I DID NOT.
I thought we WERE friends. Guess I was wrong


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Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258528
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Lirpa Loof sells those DVDs online somewhere. You might try minktrapping.com for a copy of the video

Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Hutchy] #6258978
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Newt I remember a guy you had helping you 1 year who we talked up the blue bucket set
so much he ordered a bunch of new one right there. do you remember who it was?
hint young buck
tom


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Re: Best coon set...blue bucket? [Re: Tweed] #6258984
06/13/18 12:06 PM
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Originally Posted By: Tweed
Originally Posted By: Ole
I believe raccoons, like nearly all mammals, cannot differentiate color. If that is true, what is the attraction to blue? Does it reflect ultra violet light? Just wondering.


They don't see black and white but are "color blind". They can still detect some colors such as blue. The buckets probably have UV brighteners which can make them almost glow in the dark to animals.




I believe that deer also see a difference in Blue.
So until Mr. coon and speak clearly we'll just keep trying to determine what his favorite color is

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