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What have we here? #7695336
10/18/22 07:59 PM
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Thought I'd share a different trapping technique.

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Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695338
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Rabbits? I have thought about doing that.


WHO MADE THIS MESS ALL OVER MY FLOOR THE MUDTRACKER WAS HERE HE HE HE
Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695339
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Now that is some fencing!

Re: What have here? [Re: mudtracker] #7695341
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Armadillos, but it works on rabbits as well.

Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695342
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Good old drift fencing. It can be very effective if done well. Not a fast set up but it can pay dividends.

Re: What have here? [Re: Bob Jameson] #7695345
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Originally Posted by Bob Jameson
Good old drift fencing. It can be very effective if done well.


I must've done well as I set it up yesterday and had two today.

Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695430
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Whatever it takes! Necessity is the mother of invention.


Life ain't supposed to be easy.
Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695432
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Cool. What Ive noticed is when you catch an armadillo in a certain cage trap, then whatever scent they leave seems to attract others in that same trap.

Re: What have here? [Re: Wanna Be] #7695442
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Originally Posted by Wanna Be
Cool. What Ive noticed is when you catch an armadillo in a certain cage trap, then whatever scent they leave seems to attract others in that same trap.


Yup, I'll snatch one out and move them cage to cage to get them all funked up.

Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695587
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good job

Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695650
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No love for armadillos here, catch all you can

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Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695659
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What type of staking system are you using to hold your fencing in place? I generally use a series of grade stakes.

Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695664
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I've noticed that vultures won't even eat a roadkilled armadillo.


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Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695719
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Originally Posted by warrior
Armadillos, but it works on rabbits as well.

Works great on Skunks with Kirk's Double door skunk traps!


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Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695759
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Is the color of the drift fence, orange vs black important?


I don't know, Chief, if he's very smart or very dumb.
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Re: What have here? [Re: Bob Jameson] #7695762
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Originally Posted by Bob Jameson
What type of staking system are you using to hold your fencing in place? I generally use a series of grade stakes.


Grade stakes woven through the mesh.

Re: What have here? [Re: We-Sa] #7695763
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Originally Posted by We-Sa
Is the color of the drift fence, orange vs black important?


I haven't noticed a difference. I prefer green as it isn't as gaudy as orange in a clients yard.

Re: What have here? [Re: 330-Trapper] #7695764
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Originally Posted by warrior
Armadillos, but it works on rabbits as well.

Works great on Skunks with Kirk's Double door skunk traps!


If you look at the furthest trap that a Kirk Dekalb double door.

Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695786
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Makes sense up until 1980 It was all small farms here with small fields cordoned off by rail or woven wire fence usually supplemented by tall grass and shrubs and they all had gates and a lane


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Re: What have here? [Re: warrior] #7695789
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Yep, that spread is based on reading the lay of the land. Armadillos often follow terrain path of least resistance. To the left is the house and driveway with a fully fenced backyard. The draw ahead goes down to the subdivision lake. The are coming from the draw. Show up early and read the trails in the dew. So they are shooting the gap dead ahead in the planting border or coming out to the right and coming up.

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