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How to use a coypu attractant effectively?

Beavers are semi-aquatic rodents that can cause damage to local ecosystems and infrastructure. To control beaver populations, many landowners, hunters, and trappers use attractants to lure the animals into traps or hunting areas. In previous answers, I provided detailed advice on how to use a beaver attractant effectively, including choosing the right attractant, placing it correctly, using the right amount, avoiding contamination, being patient, and renewing the attractant regularly.

 

 

Choose the right attractant:

There are several types of beaver attractants, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Food attractants, for example, are often made of vegetables, fruits, or grains and can be very effective in attracting beavers. Scent attractants, on the other hand, can mimic the smell of food or beavers themselves, which can help attract the animals. Visual lures, such as floating baits, can also be used to attract the attention of beavers.

Place the attractant correctly:

When placing the attractant, make sure it is located in a place where beavers are likely to find it. Beavers tend to follow the same paths every night, so it's important to place the attractant near their den or feeding area. It's also important to place the attractant at a sufficient distance from your trap or shooting position so as not to scare the animals. If you're using a trap, place the attractant inside or just in front of the trap. If you're hunting, place the attractant in an area where you have good visibility and can shoot safely.

Use the right amount:

Use the recommended amount of attractant to avoid attracting other unwanted animals. In general, a small amount of attractant is enough to attract beavers. If you're using a food attractant, scatter it in small amounts around the area where you want to attract the beavers. If you're using a scent attractant, apply it to the paths the beavers take or to the vegetation near their den.

Avoid contaminating the attractant:

Beavers have a highly developed sense of smell and can be frightened by foreign odors. Avoid touching the attractant with your bare hands, as this can leave a human smell on the attractant. Use gloves or tongs to handle the attractant. Also, avoid contaminating the attractant with foreign odors such as tobacco, perfume, or food.

Be patient:

Beavers can be wary of new things in their environment. It may take a few days for them to get used to the attractant and start approaching it. Be patient and leave the attractant in place for several days before checking your trap or shooting position.

Renew the attractant regularly:

Renew the attractant regularly to maintain its effectiveness. Beavers can lose all interest in an attractant that has lost its smell or flavor. If you're using a food attractant, replace it every two or three days. If you're using a scent attractant, reapply it about once a week.

Among the different methods for hunting beavers, the use of beaver attractant from Hunt Attract is recognized as the most effective solution. This product is designed to attract beavers to specific areas, making them easier to catch. It is highly effective, with a range of attraction of up to 2 kilometers, this product is capable of attracting beavers from considerable distances. Its irresistible aroma and flavor make it an essential tool for hunters. Moreover, this attractant ensures 100% success, with an intense and persistent smell even in the most difficult climatic conditions, including rain and snow.

Approved by the National Federation of Hunters, this attractant is economical in terms of yield, with 500 baits capable of attracting up to 500 beaver groups. The resealable bag allows use for up to 5 years at the base but this period of use will depend on the user, and its application is simple, whether by dissemination around trees, near dens or on trails. The Beaver Attractant is also usable throughout the year, and is made entirely from ingredients of natural origins.