Set #3: CUBBY SET
*For the cubby set, use either a conibear or foot trap.
*Use sticks and/or chunks of tree bark to form the cubby.
*You can use the base of a tree as the back.
*Set along trails, or wherever you imagine a coon might see your set.
*The use of lure may be vital to your success.
*Bait: same as a water set.
*NOTE: Where theres is a possibility of catching someone's dog, avoid a conibear.
*We at the emporium use both 220s and 330s where dogs are not an issue.
Set #4: DIRT HOLE SET
*Form a backing out of weeds, dirt, brush, or a large rock behind the hole to prevent animals from accessing it
from that end.
*Dig a bed for the trap, and sift dirt and leaves over it lightly to disguise it.
*Lure is essential for this set, as it is inconspicuous.
Set #5: BUCKET SET
*Cut slots in bucket for springs to rest in.
*Set alongside a tree for stabilization. You do not want the bucket to roll around easily.
*Place trap so trigger is on the inside of the bucket so the coon is further in when it trips the