A red fox took one of my red sex link hens in broad daylight while I was cleaning the coop and they were free ranging. It ran out of the woods, under the deck of the house, through the garden, grabbed the hen and kept running. I barely had time to yell before it disappeared back into the woods. So now we're trying to trap it. We bought a great live trap that allows to place live bait in a cage at the back. I've been doing some research about red fox trapping which says you should camouflage the trap and place the bait outside the trap the first night then in the opening the 2nd night and then finally in the back of the trap the 3rd night. We did that last night and got a racoon and opossum on the game camera. We've decided we'll need to trap all the other nuisance animals before we can try for the fox. Any advice on getting the fox instead of these other animals? We have gotten pictures of bobcats, coyotes, opossum, racoon, etc.....never the fox. Are they too smart to trap?