Seasoned trapper Bryan Flowers takes you deep into the mountains of PA, as well as the rolling hills of Southeastern PA, in search of the illusive fox. This 100 minute DVD covers all aspects of fox trapping, with techniques that also cover coyotes. Filmed on an actual working trapline, this DVD is the next generation of instruction that steps outside the box with the newest and best techniques for trapping fox. The truck is loaded and ready to roll... hop in and prepare to learn the art of trapping foxes.
All elements of fox and canine trapping are covered including:
In 1983 I moved to South Dakota because of high canine densities. I’ve never looked back. Since starting Dakotaline Snares I have worked with many people learning to snare coyotes. I understand the pitfalls and misconceptions that are out there. I have worked on this video for 3 years. I wanted it done right. My desire is to set a standard for snaring coyotes and for you to be the best snareman you can be. Most of this video is filmed on a “working” snareline encompassing several hundred snares. I have trapped and snared coyotes for almost 40 years. I’ve eaten dirt, dust, and skunk essence. I’ve worn out tires, guns and trucks. I’ve been stuck in places I shouldn’t have been. My passion and desire for trapping and snaring canines has never waned. I will chase them until my body says “no more”. - Mark Steck
Coyote travel ways.
Keying in on the best locations.
Coyote behavior when approaching snares.
Snaring on bare ground vs. snow. The huge difference.
Pushing the envelope on exposed snares.
Snaring in farmland and rangeland.
Locks, cable and making them work to your conditions.
Lesel Reuwsaat's "Advanced Professional Coyote Methods" DVD takes you along on his professional trap line. This is an addition to the "Coyote Methods" DVD with all new footage. The new DVD focuses on a wide variety of different sets and where they are used. The new variations compliment the standard dirt hole. These variations will help give you an advantage in high pressure trapping situations. You will be following a true professional fur trapper on his line and seeing the additional methods he uses on his trap line. Lesel caught 458 coyotes during his 2014/2015 season. The techniques, baits and lures are proven through his consistent catches. Enjoy the information and scenery you will see in this fantastic DVD.
This TWO DVD set is about piling up high numbers of animals in a short period of time using two basic, simple sets in all weather conditions. The animals covered are: Mink, Coon, Coyote, Beaver and Bobcat. Includes information about what equipment to use and how to use it.
Marty Smith is a life-long trapper from Southwest Iowa, living near Council Bluffs. He has taken instructions from Craig O'Gorman, Ron Hansen, Bud Hall, and others. Marty shows you how to make quick effective sets for both land and water animals. He is the real deal, no filler or fluff, just sound trapline methods for maximizing your catch. This video will make you a better trapper!
Bernie Barringer and Rick Hines each have more than 40 years of experience snaring furbearers and now they share their techniques and strategies in the educational and entertaining video Snaring in the Snow. This video covers in-depth strategies on red and grey fox, bobcats, and coyotes. They go into details on types of snares, building snares, set locations, finding good habitat, setting techniques, avoiding refusals, troubleshooting, bait stations, even using Google Earth to find good trapping locations. Shows catches of nearly two dozen bobcats, fox and coyotes and explains each set. Don't let deep snow send you home, you can learn to use it to your advantage and catch more furbearers when other trappers have hung up their steel for the year.
Practice makes perfect; perfect is perfection; perfection is what brings pelts to the fur shed. Problem Solved is a detailed DVD on techniques for enticing the ultimate predator. This is a follow-up to Coyote Trapping 101. This instructional DVD contains great detail on baits, lures, backers and blockers. The importance of the walk-through set and variations of the walk-through set are presented.