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Alright guys, I have a problem fox on my property. My options are pretty much my crossbow. I've got 100 gr broadheads for deerhu

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  • Jim in Mo
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    liberty, I'm anxious to hear the problem because I'm thinking it may be a coyote. Foxes don't usually prey on pets like coyotes. They'll steal your dog food but so what.

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  • libertyfirst
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    I've had the best luck calling fox with a tape by Johnny Stewart "woodpecker distress" or something like that name. Two of us hunt together and use 6 lb monofilament line to attach a feather or two to a tree branch and then walk away about 30 yards. The guy with the string does the calling and the other takes up a stand away from the caller to do the shooting. Make sure the wind is in your face. This method has worked for us very well on fox and not as good with coyote.

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  • Jim in Mo
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    What kind of problem is he causing?

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  • steve182
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    i'm guessing he'd come to a wounded rabbit call or some type of cat call.

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  • BamaCreekBum
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    If it was me, i would trap it.

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  • Hunter Savage
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    well if it is a problem fox it seems to me he is already coming around, for something you already have .

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  • Alright guys, I have a problem fox on my property. My options are pretty much my crossbow. I've got 100 gr broadheads for deerhu

    Alright guys, I have a problem fox on my property. My options are pretty much my crossbow. I've got 100 gr broadheads for deerhunting, Muzzy's, and its an excalibur x-bow, so i figure that will do the trick. Im looking for advice on how to call/bait/ lure this fox in, time of day... any tips would be great guys.

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