Anyone ever trap pheasant? I grew up doin it with very good success. We'd take the connibear muskrat trap with the fork in the middle, bend the fork at the midsection to a 90degree angle, take a milk jug cap and fill with popcorn(uncooked) then, squirt a little crazy glue into the cap, then heat up the forks on the trap and slide the cap onto it. We'd go out in evening (city limits...at the time u could trap in city limits but not hunt) find the tree they were gonna roost in, and set the traps (tied to bricks or nearby brush) and check em in the morning..Got many pheasant that way. Also took same traps and put small piece of apple on the fork and got many, many rabbit that way. I was talkin to a guy the other day, who trapped his whole life but never heard of either of these methods, but was astonished all the same.. I thought that's the way everybody did. Anybody familiar?