I have two problems going on right now with raccoons. I have a live trap set out in the brushy area of my property, trying to catch a fox and not succeeding. I noticed the trap has been getting robbed a lot. The animal (I presume raccoon) is trap wise and will go in, steal the food, without stepping on the trigger and get away. It's happened quite a few times now. How do I prevent this? Next question. I have a ground blind, and hunting spot nearby that I am preparing for bow season. I have my trailcam on the site and I have been putting out record rack brand corn for the deer to munch on and stay plump so we have meat in the freezer this winter. It started with one raccoon coming to eat the corn. Then there were two, then three, and more keep coming every night! Usually I would stake them out and shoot them, but I really don't want to disturb my hunting area and scare the deer off from coming. The raccoons come at very late hours of the night usually and eat a lot of corn. I don't want to feed them, I want to feed the deer. How can I get rid of these guys? I need to make sure I don't disturb the area too much and ward off the deer I already have coming, or the new ones that will come in. Any input or ideas are appreciated.