May is an excellent time to seek out new trapping sites.
Farmers are in the field now and if you've been itching to gain more trapping ground, all it takes is a friendly conversation and a handshake to line up additional acres to trap this fall.
So if you see a farmer (that's not busy,) out in his field on some ground you've been eye-ing for some time, there's no harm in approaching him or her, giving them your card (you really will benefit from having some cards printed up,) and obtaining their permission in writing to trap this coming season.
Shane did this very thing yesterday on the way home from a Mother's Day get-together and added 160 acres to his list of trapping venues.
It's as easy as that.
A few more weeks of beaver trapping left in Nebraska.
Shane offers a few tips on how to catch them in areas you may have previously overlooked.
Shane demonstrates how easy Papio Creek's Magnum Power Clips are to use on leaning log sets.
Shane demonstrates how to use Papio Creek Magnum Power Clip
360 Degree Nailed System to catch a skunk.
Shane demonstrates how to use Papio Creek Trapping Supply Magnum Power Clips and Duke #330 Magnum Body Grip Traps to catch beaver under ice.
Shane caught this female coyote with a Duke #3 Coil Spring Offset, Papio Creek Predator Git'r Bait and PCTS Red Fox Urine.
Shane explains how to set for mink with Duke #110 body grip traps in two minutes or less using Magnum Power Clips 180 Degree Pole System.
Shane provides some valuable tips to trap coyotes in extreme cold.
It was around 0 degrees Fahrenheit this morning when this video was taken.
were used as attractants.