First one is a remake of a poke set. The original one is on the left side in that little clump. I was torn up a little so I put in a new one and lured it up. The trap is set offset left the new hole and back from the bank a touch.
Trail set in a hay field. This is the edge where the tractors drive. The grass is only a few inches tall so no real way to funnel them except for the fact that they stay in the trail. I found a couple humps in the trail and set to one side of each one.No lure just blind set in a good spot.
Poke set again. Small hole in the bank directly behind the coon. trap set in front. I like to set deeper for coon but this is a good travel area and the best spot to set for convenience and it is just after a funnel.
Trail set. Just pounded out a bowl in the trail. No digging, covered with a light layer of grass.
Poke set again. There is a ridge under water that they are walking on. I set directly on that and put in the poke hole an inch or two above water. Lure and go.
Trail set before and after. These are actually backwards. The first picture is a remake after the catch in the second picture.
Dp in a trail.
Blind set on the drop off of a trail at waters edge. May have had a poke set there at one time or a squirt of lure under the edge of the grass.
Tore up pocket set.
Smear set on abuttment.
Beaver DOA in row. Just under bridge. Upstream side of dam at crossover. Dive stick and a little fencing.
Same beaver. He was just to my side there by the dam.
Another one in the smear set.
I'm far from an expert but this is how I do it. Hope that helps some.