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BY The GameKeepers on Dec. 26, 2012

Reduce Your Rivalries

Controlling predators is an important job for a gamekeeper. When it comes down to it, coyotes, bobcats, raccoons, skunks and other varmints are your competition. Whether you choose to manage for whitetails, waterfowl, quail or some other species, it’s important to control the density of their prey if you wish to see your desired game species expand. While calling and other hunting methods can be fun, trapping is the most effective means to manage their numbers.

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