mnkamram, The set up there is when the bear steps over the stick and takes the first step There is a spring thrower attatched to the snare behind the snare lock and the swival anchored down The bear 's foot drops down in a slight hole about 6 - 8 ins deep and the snare flips tight around it's leg and the bear is caught
MnKaMRaM , I will set up the snare without the camoflage so U can see what it looks like . The bear thinks the moss is a moss covered rock and a good place to step I'll set this up after super for ya to show just where the spring and snare are situated
There are times when the deer are simply not moving and you're forced to make something happen. Maybe you're up against a full moon or hot weather. This is when a silent drive to force deer to move should be considered.
By silent drive, you're not yelling and making a commotion to scare the deer. When deer are panicked, they're liable to bust out of the cover on a dead run, and any shot you get will be tough to make.
A silent drive is different. It means playing the wind to carry the driver's...