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Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by chickyfuzz, Oct 19, 2013.
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A .22 LR worked the best for me.
LARGE live traps can work.
The most common size is generally too small for a grown Fox to enter
Leg hold or body traps also work.
Shooting is great IF the Fox will show itself.
Often they DO move on predictable schedules, so that if you're patient, you might get a shot.
They can also sometimes be lured in with predator calls
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Trapping season is coming up across most of the country and if you contact your local DNR office I bet they would be happy to give you the numbers of some local trappers who would take care of the problem cheap to free.
Move to the city. No fox.
Many cities have foxes and Coyotes and I have no idea why anyone would want to move the cities...
here where I live the yotes are at the edge of the cities the fox are in the cities I trap 95% of the fox I "pelt out" and send to the fur auctions