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 Post subject: ? COON BAIT
PostPosted: 06 Dec 2006, 13:27 
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I need youre input on this idea. I thought about takeing some cracked corn and mixing it with honey or something else sweet. :?: Or if somebody else has and idea and would like to share.

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 Post subject: coon
PostPosted: 06 Dec 2006, 18:56 
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Try mixing it with molasses and fish oil .

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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2006, 19:25 
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Thanks steelwalker ill try it.

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This is what I use. One 8" sucker, one can of sardines in oil, vanilla, honey and anise oil. Put it all in the food processor when the wife isn't home and get it cleaned up before she gets home. Thats the most important part of the bait.


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I use just a plain piece of fish that I caught durning the summer and put it in the frezer for trapping season.


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 Post subject: Killer coon bait
PostPosted: 07 Dec 2006, 19:41 
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:) Here is another receip for you. Coon also love mice. Take and trap some house mice in your shed. About 3 will do. Catch a beaver or buy castor. and a couple muskrat scent glands. First if your going to make bait i suggest you go and buy a little hand grinder to grind ingrediants. Grind mice hair, bones and all. To this add half a table spoon beaver castor ground up. Then add the muskrat glands ground up. Mix until very stiff. Put in bottle for 2 or 3 days some place warm. This has gotten many coon for me and the occasional fox. It diffently has it's own odor Parden my spelling. Give it a shot and let me know how you like it.

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 Post subject: coon bait
PostPosted: 07 Dec 2006, 22:27 
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Mix 1 cup dog or cat food with 1/2 cup mollasses and 1/2 teaspoon anise. Put in baby jar, lidded, for 2 days to let solution soak into food. Works on coon, rats and grey fox. :wink:

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anything that smells like fish or crawdads or is sweet will do the trick


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