i only set it from teatime til the following morning.
fox o'clock is nearly always between an hour before dark and the first hour or so of daylight
yeah you'll bump into it eventually mateblueheckle wrote: ↑Wed Jul 01, 2020 4:07 pmThis perm is too far for that Im afraid down Yday full day on the squirrels grandson had 14 , then waited for mr fox but grandson spotted it two fields away and was not interested in any calls I played lol but I enjoy these ones , personally I would leave it be , but the owner wants it gone as has chickens so will leave it another couple of days then try again
worked for me .poguemahone wrote: ↑Mon Jun 29, 2020 12:08 amget an old clock, take the back off, and tie some fishing line around the battery. tape the clock to summat solid, and tie t'other end of the fishing line to a squirrel, rabbit, pigeon etc. when the fox takes the bait he pulls the battery out and stops the clock. do this a couple of nights and you'll know what time he's liable to turn up.blueheckle wrote: ↑Sun Jun 28, 2020 3:05 pmWe were back out the other day , grandson is becoming an excellent shot , he suffers badly from ADHD, and has had a hard life ,so its good to see him taking a real interest in this , he got 14 all in for the day some of which I used as fox bait as this in on a large private house with plenty of ground and they keep chickens so want the fox gone , so set up the trail camera and staked the squirrels 20 ft away hat will give me an idea what time it appears at then its a sit and wait
shot a fair few foxes doing this, saves waiting up for hours on end
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