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Cindi    Posted 08-12-2003 at 15:09:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
full circle now....from ready to bite each others heads off to giddy and goofy. I like giddy and goofy better.


Cooncatcher Clay    Posted 08-12-2003 at 15:15:47       [Reply]  [Send Email]
As an old rock and roller let me state that I second that emotion


Maggie/TX***hey Clay!    Posted 08-12-2003 at 15:25:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
Clay, I may have to challenge you to the coon catching title. Night before last I had 5 raccoons on the back porch, stealing dog food and giving my black Lab the evil eye. They made me mad, so I went right then and baited the "Havahart" type trap. Next morning, I had not one but TWO coons trapped! Two down, 3 to go. :)


Bob/Ont    Posted 08-12-2003 at 16:27:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey Maggie, you using that special bait that someone showed Clay on here a while back?You must have a big trap that will holde the bait and two coons. You moved out to the country place now?
Later Bob


Maggie/TX    Posted 08-12-2003 at 22:07:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey Bob!
Nope, this is at our main home, but it is sorta in the country. It is a rural subdivision with 2 to 5 acre tracts outside of any city limits. We sometimes have deer cut through the yard and have had wild hogs run through at times, also. The inner city folks who move out here think it's country. :)

Actually, they were pretty little coons and the trap is a $70 size, but I don't know what the SIZE is. And for bait, I just use dry dog food in an old tuna fish can and set the trip on hair trigger with a trail of food on out the door. I place bricks around the sides of the trap so they think they are going into a tunnel. It helps disguise the trap.

As for the place in the country, we did go spend a week up there recently. Our son got the tractor running right off the bat, but the brush hog won't work. We found a guy down the road there who repairs tractors and he's got maybe 60 acres of tractors...I think you call it a bone yard. Told my husband I want a picture of his place next time we go. He said our son was drooling when they went there! :)


Bob/Ont    Posted 08-12-2003 at 23:42:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Good to talk to you again Maggie, Sounds like a nice place you are living at now. Good luck with the coons. Be looking for some hats for sale on here soon.
Later Bob


Cooncatcher Clay ,Hey Mag    Posted 08-12-2003 at 15:43:45       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey Maggie,You have just beaten my record.You will not catch any coons tonight unless you relocate the traps and camoflague them. them thar coons is smart,at least the ones in Georgia are.


green cat    Posted 06-21-2004 at 17:11:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]
need 2 buy a pole stick for removing a coon from a trap


Maggie/TX    Posted 08-12-2003 at 22:13:45       [Reply]  [No Email]
Oh, I won't try to trap two nights in a row. I will wait until they forget they lost part of the family here and come back getting cheeky and then I'll do it again. Same old spot. Works every time. I've lost count of how many I've caught this way in the same spot. Since I caught the two, the rest of the family seems to dining elsewhere. They tried to break them out of the trap...lots of digging around the outside of it.


Forrest Gump    Posted 08-12-2003 at 15:30:38       [Reply]  [No Email]
"When we got coons on the porch mama shooed them off with the broom."


Maggie/TX    Posted 08-12-2003 at 22:24:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
Tried that. They come right back. I've also shooed them off with a machete, but they are too quick for me there. Would have used a gun, but the .22 was in the closet in the computer room and my daughter was sleeping on the air mattress that night in front of the closet door. :)


old rock and roller?    Posted 08-12-2003 at 15:22:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
Elvis is that you? Hey everybody, we found Elvis!!!!


Cooncatcher Clay    Posted 08-12-2003 at 15:49:27       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Sad to say that I am not Elvis.I sure could use some of his money.I AM STILL THE KING of my little 40ac.anyway


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