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I was planning on setting some traps at a friends place to catch coyote. I know the trails they take and the terrain (scoped it out at Christmas time). I was thinking that for one or two sets I could put a snare on the opposite side of a deadfall so that when the coyote runs underneath, it would get snagged. Does this sound viable? I was also going to hit up a few other places, but I wanted to check the logic of this set first.
 

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Didn't think they had that many 'yotes in Fallujah! Seriously, thank's for serving and hope you make it back before next season. Can't snare here in NY but I catch quite a few 'yotes in the the plain 'ole dirt hole and flat set. From what I have read on snaring however, anyplace that the anaimal's path crosses a pinch point is a good spot to set up. Good luck and let us know how you make out!
 

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Sorry 'bout that, I was away from the board for awhile (I got back in September, but didn't have the internet until Wednesday). Thanks a lot though, it means very much to realize there are still Americans out there. I am in California now, but I am moving to Indiana at the end of the month. That is where I'm going to apply some of the things I've learned here and from my grandpa.
 

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Not a problem, glad to see you're back. I been in the Air Force for 17 years myself and have made a few trips to the middle east, only 3 more till retirement. Good luck to you this season!
 

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Errrrr....isnt there a "trapping issue" in California...
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I get out of the Marine Corps in less than 2 weeks, and then I'm moving to Indiana. I plan on doing it then.
 
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