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#567071 - 02/07/08 11:13 PM LURE - Coon Glands??
trapman464 Offline
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Registered: 01/08/08
Posts: 239
Loc: Laurel, Montana
I know where the glands are on just about every animal except coon. Does anyone know where the glands are on coon and how to get them? Are they valuable in using in sets to attract more coon or other critters?
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#567315 - 02/08/08 07:49 AM Re: Coon Glands?? [Re: TexA 68 & going]
Bob Jameson Offline


Registered: 12/25/06
Posts: 2338
Loc: SW Pa
The gland cuts are basically the same and located in the same areas on coon as other animals. Most tend to prefer more galls in the formula.A good coon gland lure will certainly spike an interest in placement of a good gland lure particularly in the later part of the year into Jan and Feb at times.I have had coons pass a food lured set to run to a gland lured smear many times in late season. Even in early season they will visit it. Most trappers are conditioned to bait,food and curosity odor attractants but a good gland will bang lots of coons and dont you think it wont.
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#568093 - 02/08/08 03:49 PM Re: Coon Glands?? [Re: Bob Jameson]
trapman464 Offline
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Registered: 01/08/08
Posts: 239
Loc: Laurel, Montana
thanks,
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#568251 - 02/08/08 05:23 PM Re: Coon Glands?? [Re: trapman464]
Dave Plueger Offline
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Registered: 01/10/07
Posts: 2640
Loc: Iowa (where the tall corn grow...
Bob is right in fact there are times that a good coon gland lure is the only thing that will stop those big boars.

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#568312 - 02/08/08 06:05 PM Re: Coon Glands?? [Re: Dave Plueger]
paredneck Offline
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Registered: 12/22/07
Posts: 1319
Loc: ne pa age 39,act 10, feel 80
Ok am I correct in thinking these are near/at the back door? and do females have them and are they in the same place?and what would a person do to use them,grind? dry and grind ,age or fresh?
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#568361 - 02/08/08 06:29 PM Re: Coon Glands?? [Re: paredneck]
Coon King IV Offline
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Registered: 07/30/07
Posts: 374
Loc: Missouri
As w/ every critter there are anal glands. There are also 1 under each front arm pit, usually in a little pocket of fat. Looks like a gray lima bean. Not sure if it has any trapping use.
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#568656 - 02/08/08 08:41 PM Re: Coon Glands?? [Re: Coon King IV]
Dave Plueger Offline
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Registered: 01/10/07
Posts: 2640
Loc: Iowa (where the tall corn grow...
The only coon glands I collect are the anal glands with about 4" of gut. There are also ear butt glands, arm pit glands, and others I'm sure. Maybe Asa or Paul could shed some more light on coon glands.

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#569031 - 02/09/08 05:19 AM Re: Coon Glands?? [Re: Dave Plueger]
Mystic Wildlife Offline
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Registered: 01/23/07
Posts: 1186
Loc: Connecticut
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