Using Baits to Hunt

Using baits is one of the easiest techniques you can use when hunting down animals. It requires you to wait, but you will be spending lesser effort in luring your a target towards you.

There are lots of baits that you can use if you want to get a good catch. Food is the one and only bait that’s worthy to use against animals. Since animals have different tastes for food, that means you need to have specific types of baits that are needed to be used in order to catch animals.

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Animals and Their Respective Baits

Here are the following baits that you can use against these hunt-worthy animals:

  • Bobcats – Bobcats are much like most felines. They are known to love meat and fishes. A can of sardines can be a good way to catch them off guard. For non-food item, try to use catnip.
  • Coyotes – Some rancid meat will work on these animals, as well as watermelon slices.
  • Foxes – Rancid meat works, as well as fishes that have strong scents.
  • Minks – These animals happen to love poultry, and even their entrails. Fish can be a good choice, too.
  • Rabbits – Rabbits are known to be vegetable lovers. Fresh carrots, cabbages, lettices and brussels sprouts are perfect to use.
  • Bears – Any type of meat will do for bears – the fresher, the better!
  • Squirrels and Chipmunks – If you want to lure them, be sure to use nuts. Popcorn and peanut butter are good home snacks that you can use to lure them, too.
  • Skunks – Any edible food can do. Whether it’s meat, fruits, vegetables, fish, or even insects, it’s fine to use.
  • Rats and Mice – Cheese is only optional. Bread is the most useful product that you can use for these animals.
  • Deer and Elks – These animals love sweet food. Apples will do as the perfect bait for them.

There may be some special baiting products that can be used for these following animals, but it’s much safer to use food as it is natural and won’t cause harm like those with chemicals. Once you learn the bait that you can use in order to hunt your desired animal, you can set up some traps in order to catch them in a better way.

Using Traps in Capturing Target

There may be instances where you have set up a trap as you bait an animal with food, but it escapes with the food without the trap triggering. This proves that wild animals have their own behavior, and it is not predictable all the time.

There are animals of the same kind that might be smarter than the other based on personality (since they are sentient creatures like us), and that can be enough for them to escape with the food without any problem at all. In these instances, what you need to do with your bait is set it up well in order to force the animal to trigger the trap. Always remember that baits work, but the problem is the method on how you catch them.

If there’s anything else about catching them off guard, you can simply hide somewhere nearby while you set up the bait and wait for them to become focused on eating it. In this way, you will be able to accurately get them with the use of a net, your hands, or any tool that you prefer for capturing (sometimes, improvisations work well). However, this may work more accurately on smaller animals.

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If you wish to capture a target with lesser effort and risk, then using a bait may be the perfect choice for you. However, you must do three things: (1) prepare the bait, (2) look for the best location, (3) prepare the trap. Once you’re all set, you only need to wait and see what happens. If one of the said things are done poorly, then you will end up not having any animal to take home with you.

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