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Beaver castor lure for cats? #8001813
11/23/23 12:28 PM
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If I chop the castor and sack real fine is there any thing else I can add to it, to make it more attractive to bobcats? Will Vaseline work to keep it all together or I also have propelyne glycol. what would work best?

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Re: Beaver castor lure for cats? [Re: nate] #8001838
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Iím not a pro lure maker but have caught a few cats. I personally would use the glycol over the Vaseline. Just enough to make a good paste. Itíll catch cats for you.

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Thanks for the information, greatly appreciated.

Re: Beaver castor lure for cats? [Re: nate] #8002320
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I agree with what was stated above... You can also use glycerin to help anti-freeze and help create a paste like substance. I, too, am no expert- but I'm in the information overload stage of trying to learn all that I can.

Re: Beaver castor lure for cats? [Re: CountryCletus] #8005328
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Originally Posted by CountryCletus
I agree with what was stated above... You can also use glycerin to help anti-freeze and help create a paste like substance. I, too, am no expert- but I'm in the information overload stage of trying to learn all that I can.

Use glycerin. Glycol seems to develop an odor after a length of time.


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