What type of trap is better for racing pigeons with the Electronic Racing Timers? The Belgium Drop Trap or the Swinging Bobs trap?
I do not want trap shyness as my youngsters do not want to come through swinging bobs. Also with a hinged so that I can release the birds through the same...
after my first failed attempt at catching a stray with rings i built this little cracker out of a a few welding rods and a cat box oh and of course some duct tape and cable ties! ( zip ties ) hopefully this will catch the pigie that out smarted me the last time!
i`l let you all know how i get on :)
I think this setup, although untested, will serve multi functions. It is a cross between a bob and a drop trap. You can use it as a drop trap on race day by clamping the bobs to the door held open 4 to five inches. You can also use it as a bob trap durring a loft fly. What do you think?
I bought 10 of these at the Sturbridge show: http://www.nepigeonsupplies.com/catalog.php?item=381&catid=Miscellaneous%20Loft%20Supplies&ret=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nepigeonsupplies.com%2Fcatalog.php%3Fpage%3D3%26category%3DMiscellaneous%2520Loft%2520Supplies
I was wondering what I could use as a shaft...