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  1. dublelung
    09-22-2020 02:24 PM - permalink
    I guess you can tell it's been awhile since I've logged on. I don't have much experience with live traps and fox. I usually use foot traps to catch them. You can catch them in live traps but they must be concealed on all sides with brush. It's much easier to use foot traps for fox, coyotes, and bobcats and I can give you all kinds of advice on that if that's what you decide to do. Since I don't sign here that much you'll have better luck sending me a text at 601-394-9310.
  2. kjb
    06-02-2020 12:00 PM - permalink
    Hey man! Nathan told me you were the trapping expert. I have a piece of property in Yazoo county and have had it for a little over three years. Before we built our house, I got tons of pics of foxes on my game cameras. Since we built, I have not had any pics. We have chickens & have had one go missing while we had them out roaming. Since then, we have seen a fox twice walk the road in front of my house, in the last two weeks. Nothing has bothered our chickens in the pen, it's pretty secure. Anyway, yesterday I walked across the road and through the woods to the bass pond on my neighbors property. I found the remains of a turkey & there were several spots that could have been fox holes. This only 100 yards or less from my house. I was thinking of getting a live animal trap to catch the foxes. I killed a nice turkey this year across the road on that property and this is the first in three years I have heard one gobble over there. Any tips on how to use a trap to get these fox?

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