Wild dog management – setting wings

Okay, what we’re going to do now is we’re doing to position two wings. A wing on the left hand side, a wing on the right. And to bring those wings in from the side of the tree and you wanted # [00:00:13] that wire. You don’t want much water at the front. You want to concentrate on getting that dog in straight out of the top of that plate. So, two wings on. I’ll go and get two wings and we’ll position them now. Okay so, I’ve got a start on me wing. And you need to position it, just like so. That will effectively stop that dog coming in sideways. Now, if he come in sideways that’s where you need your offset trap where we’ve got to center set. This is how we get the dog to come in from the front. So, what we’ve got in there now is we’ve got our wings there at the side. We’ve got them reasonably well positioned but you need to stand back, take a good look at your set. You need to take a good look at the width of your wings to get that dog in nice and square. So, if that dog comes down the trail now and there’s a # [00:01:26] coming through there, he’s going to come out. He’s going to mate up with the breeze here and he’s going to come straight in. And he’s going to get to the front of the trap here. He’ll know he can’t get to sniff that lure, so he knows he’s got to thread over there. These two wings are at the side. Take that one back a little bit. We’ll get him … It’s only that wired at the front that’s going to get him straight over the top of the plate and that’s what you want. Captions by GetTranscribed.com

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