Would like to learn more about snaring if someone can help me out

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Would like to learn more about snaring if someone can help me out

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Hunted a lot. Trapped a few never snared so anything. I live in somewhat a rural area with a bad bad coyote problem. Havnt seen any neighbors dogs running loose in the woods but figure snare prob more friendly than trap. So pretty much anything. Never done it.

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If you have fence crawl unders or well used trails, blind set traps may work better… I don’t know Tx regulations (learn them first) but a 10-12″ loop with the bottom 10-12″ off the ground is typical. If using 1×19 cable, I’d use 5/64″ load the snare to close fast,,, If using 7×7 cable I wouldn’t go smaller than 3/32″ or you’ll have chew outs… Make either type 8′ long with 8′ extensions it lets them get a good running start and when they hit the end the lock really cinches tight and grabs, I like cam locks… I like to anchor the snare at least 3-4′ off the ground so it pulls upward when they reach the end, it lets the snare slide high up on the neck, just below the ears when it locks, their arteries are closer to the surface there, it stops the blood flow and they’re out quick….. Lower there is more fat and fur to hinder it

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They work best on fence lines ! But it takes a few days for your sent to leave! M8ne was about a week later

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I just killed #27 and #28 yesterday i love me some cable

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And look for South Korean cable, they make the best snare cable in the world, If you are looking to buy snares I can give you a couple numbers or make ’em for ya

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