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  • Coyotes have overrun our hunting land for the past 5-7 years. We were considering paying someone to trap coyotes for us but were told the best way to begin is to pay someone to train people in the club to trap, seemed expensive. Any recommendations on the best way to begin to trap these animals? I would love to try it but not sure where to start or if I have the time.

    December 23, 2011 at 8:59am
    A comment titled: Ft Jackson in response to a report titled: New to South Carolina

    I work at Ft Jackson but haven't hunted it in over years. Was considering hunting it again some next year. I hear they do still kill some nice bucks and there is a lot of acreage to hunt, just have to get thru all the regulations. Of course the racks and body size of the bucks here are generally much smaller than those in Kansas. Also there are lots of hogs in areas surrounding Fort Jackson and sure there are plenty on the Fort as well. I'm sure the MWR at Fort Jackson could give you more details. Let me know if you need any more specific info and I will try to find it out.
    Good luck

    December 30, 2011 at 10:33am
    A comment titled: Fur Trader in response to a report titled: General Question

    Thanks for the info and the offer, I sent you an e-mail with some info.

    December 30, 2011 at 10:23am
    A comment titled: coyote trapping in response to a report titled: General Question

    Someone told me the cost for the training/traps was around $3000 or $3500 if I'm not mistaken, could be wrong about that. It may be the best route to go but our small club doesn't have that kind of money right now. Thanks

    December 24, 2011 at 11:49am
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