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#27387 - 01/31/20 02:17 PM Deer tarsil glands as bait
cbranum Offline
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Registered: 01/29/20
Posts: 3
Loc: AL
Hey guys, new to the forum(boy has it been educational) as well as trapping. was wondering if you could use a deer gland or even scraps from the processor for bait.
Thanks for any help!


Edited by cbranum (01/31/20 02:18 PM)

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#27388 - 01/31/20 02:42 PM Re: Deer tarsal glands as bait [Re: cbranum]
cbranum Offline
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Registered: 01/29/20
Posts: 3
Loc: AL
After some research(that I should have started with) I see deer meet/liver will work. not sure about what to mix it with or if I just go with fresh or rancid. Still curious about the tarsal gland. will it work? would it be a bait or more of a attractant? Sorry for all the armature questions. I'm trying to figure this out. I know its a process.


Edited by cbranum (01/31/20 02:42 PM)

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#27389 - 02/01/20 06:26 AM Re: Deer tarsal glands as bait [Re: cbranum]
musher Offline


Registered: 07/22/03
Posts: 2147
Loc: Qc.
In my province, using bait piles of processed game scraps is a common method for attracting wolves, coyotes and fox.

I have used fresh and rancid moose/deer meat in dirt holes with good results.

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#27390 - 02/03/20 10:34 AM Re: Deer tarsal glands as bait [Re: musher]
cbranum Offline
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Registered: 01/29/20
Posts: 3
Loc: AL
Thanks Musher for the reply. Im brand new to this and have been thankful to stumble across this forum.

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