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Predator Calling Course  |  Trapping Course for Lynx

PREDATOR CALLING COURSE

. Introduction & lecturer’s history
. Equipment discussed
. Electronics discussed
. Predators targeted / specific
. Calls demonstrated
. Calling echoes
. Calling tips
. Mixing calls / deception
. Disorientated predators
. Time management
. Night hunts
. Truck preparation
. Scent and people
. Camouflage
. Response times
. Stands, success & records
. Predators and eyes
. Lynx attractants
. Predator killing patterns
. Locator calls
. Calls and what times of year
. Differences of day / night calls
. Rabies / Predator tracks identified
. Predator eating habits
. Ageing predators
. Weather and moon
. Utilizing large moon for preparation
. Tapes, CDs and electronics
. Feather & Furs range of predator calls
. Torches / truck red filters
. Ranges, red lights and shadows
. CASS CREEK, Lohman and Foxpro
. Hunter- killer teams
. Day hunting of clever “Slim Jackals”
. Unethical hunting practices
. Laws
. General

Practical

. Predator hunting day and night
. sight rifles ? look for tracks and waste
. smoke clothes ? judge distances
 

TRAPPING COURSE FOR LYNX

This course is a fully demonstrated course, ideal for the novice wanting to learn. After you have finished this course you will feel educated and have a better insight into ethical trapping. The course is conducted by professional people and ONLY ETHICAL TRAPS are used. We DO NOT USE ANY traps that can cause an animal pain or discomfort. “G Laubscher”

TOPICS COVERED

Tracks
Bait
Directional trapping
Wind
Drifts
Camouflage
Lures
Ground preparation
Day trapping
Animal identification
Dirt hole set
Ultimate trapping time
Tips
Using flags
Ethical traps
Types of flags
Soft catch Oneida traps
Laws
Waste
Scent
Decoys
Side trail sets
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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