You can get the video from Dakotline. It is called Pipe trapping for coon and Mink. It is pretty simple, probably simpler if you watch the video. There are basically two types of pipe sets on the video. One is a 3 inch pvc pipe cut into about 12 inch lengths. You hammer one end into a creek bank, etc. push some bait in the back and set a trap in front. The second and by far the most effective for me is the 3/4 inch pvc pipe. You cut lengths about 18 inches long, push on a 3/4 inch elbow. Load the elbow with bait (I use my own pipe paste) and push it into the water, leaving about 8 inches of the pipe above the water level. Place your trap in front of the pipe about 4-6 inches in front. The eye appeal of the white pipe in itself will attract the coon, but with the bait in the pipe, the coon will work the front of the pipe and get himself in a bad jam. The great thing about the 3/4 inch pipe sets is that you can set them in water from two inches deep to 10 inches deep. Heavy rains will not affect this set, unless you put in in or near a creek. It is extremely effective.