Trapping coyotes

travishunter3006

Very Active Member
looking for info on what is needed to trap coyotes in UT. PM if you prefer. I've read the furbearer regs but it left me wondering.
 

vaquero

Active Member
just follow the general furbearer regulations as far as license, max jaw spread, trap tags, private land permission, etc...

coyotes are considered predators in utah. kill as many as possible by any means, trap, shoot, snare, whack them with a shovel, run them over with your truck all year long.
 

Gator

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Gator

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Here is another set that works too.
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elkassassin

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Teach booty to Hit what He's Aiming at & You won't need the Traps!











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muleywhisperer

Active Member
I trap here in NM and use skunk as the key ingredient for my coyote bait. There is an outfitter named Ray Milligan that makes a scent called stepinwolf #1 & #2 they work for coyotes,fox,and bobcats. Look him up those are the best baits I've used other than my own.
 

UINTBB

Member
Hello,
I realize your original pm was sent a few years ago but I thought I would respond to it because sources of information is so rare for coyote trapping. I live in northern Utah and will attempt trapping Coyotes for the first time since 1979. I am wondering if you have info on coyote trapping areas that you are willing to share.
Thanks and best regards.
Brad
 
Here are some tips that I have about trapping coyotes. The only things you currently need to trap coyotes in Utah is a trapping tag number that costs about 10$ at the DNR and you need a tag on all your traps. Other than that you don't need anything else because coyotes are not managed by the DNR.

Tips on how to trap coyotes:

Tips on trapping in Utah:
 

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