John Grahams's Fur Country Lures. "The Lure of Serious Trappers"
Trappers - the use of a good quality gland lure is recognized by knowledgeable trappers as a consistent, reliable type of lure to rely on year after year. They can be used in a variety of ways, from the main lure on a post set, to a small smear on an outside blocking at a walk through. They are natural, and aren’t easily “burned out.” Our gland lures are made from the very best, clean cut glands available today. I have a network of people that I rely on year after year to supply me with the best. With the exception of Wiley Coyote, they are blended and preserved at the “fresh” stage. When you open the bottle, the smell of the animal jumps out at you. Whenever I see someone hesitate to try a gland lure, I can bet that they’ve tried some of the other gland lures on the market made from rotted down glands and meat. Our gland lures are thick, creamy, and smell like they should. They can be used alone, or in combination with other lures or bait. I personally use them the most on my outside blocking on cat and canine sets. I cannot over emphasize their value, and yes, good quality gland lure will work on other animals also. Try a bottle and see the results for yourself.
Packaged in 1oz. Glass Bottles
Bonanza Mild - If one lure had to do it all, this would be the one. Our best seller by far due to heavy use by several states ADC programs. Good for canines, raccoon and bobcat.
Super Bonanza - A very fragrant curiosity call lure. Has a sweet skunk smell and is very attractive to canines and cats. Probably my personal favorite for fox. One of the hottest lures available.
Deception - Graham's Deception Lure is Coyote with a capital "C". It's the natural smell of coyotes, concentrated. It is used by top trappers that know the value of it, year after year. For all types of sets, and will work year round.
Enticer - Graham's Enticer Lure is made from the same fresh red fox glands as Excitor, but with extra "kick" to entice fickle fox. Fragrant and lasting, it's one of John's personal favorites for late fall/early winter fox trapping. It is used all over North America.
Tomcat - Graham's Tomcat Lure is bobcat gland based with passion and curiosity ingredients blended in to make a superior, all around 'cat lure. This is Graham's #1 bobcat lure. This lure will call 'cats from a distance, yet won't cause them to shy from the set at a few feet like some lures seem to do.
One Montana trapper reported a 'cat changing its line of travel abruptly and heading towards a set when it caught wind of this lure -- from a distance of 50 yards! It can be used at a variety of sets with great results. Also, if you want a change of pace for canines, this will do it. A super lure with super results!
Bonanza Cold - Graham's Bonanza Cold Lure is a loud, reaching call lure. When you open the cap, skunk comes out at you. This lure can be used at the set, or above the set to get animals in the general area. Great on all canines, as well as fisher and marten. It has enough glycerine to make it easy to apply in the dead of winter.
Blaster Bonanza - Graham's Blaster Bonanza Lure is an extremely attractive food/curiosity lure. A completely different base than the other Bonanza Lures. This lure will cause canines and 'coon to lick, scratch, and hang around a set. Excellent for use on M-44's. Graham's best raccoon and grey fox lure. Don't let the name fool you, this is not loud or offensive, but a fragrant, pleasant, desirable attractant.
Badlands Bob - Graham's Badlands Bob Lure is another great bobcat lure that John introduced to trappers a few years ago. It has a bobcat gland base and will appeal to bobcats in a variety of uses. No other lure smells even remotely like this one. One of the very best combination 'cat and canine lures made. It is 'cat lure at its finest.
Muskrat Call - Graham's Muskrat Call Lure is made with plenty of spring rat glands and other ingredients that pull them in from a distance.
Graham's Wiley Coyote Lure - Graham's Wiley Coyote Lure is coyote gland based, aged and boosted with other ingredients. Will work as a gland lure or curiosity type of attractant. Especially effective in mid to late winter. Weatherproof and lingering at a set. John has seen coyotes work this lure at sets that hadn't been re-lured for 6 weeks in the dead of winter
Magnolia - Graham's Magnolia Lure is a blend of beaver food that they can't resist. It works well all seasons. Paste type consistency for use in wet conditions. The base of this lure alone will attract beaver, but by blending in several food/curiosity ingredients Magnolia is a superior beaver food lure.
Seduction - Graham's Seduction Lure is made from the same, pure fresh glands as Deception, with passion ingredients blended in. This lure holds special attraction to adult coyotes. A great alternate lure for gang setting, especially in late winter. Seduction works especially good straight on post sets.
Dead of Winter - I first made this all natural lure for my own use, on coyotes that didn’t respond to other lures, or to pick up the last coyote out of a family group. It has gotten used pretty heavily for the last three years, and I have enough to offer it to you. It is a gritty, pungent type lure, made on a fairly weather resistant base, yet easy to get out of the bottle. I intended it for coyotes, but ‘cat trappers all over have told me that they can’t keep the ‘cats away from it too. A hint of stink, but NOT overpowering or overriding in the mix. Like the name says, it shines in the Dead of Winter.
Open Range - The formula for this great lure came to me by way of well known Montana trapper, Glen Hanson. He had been telling me for several years that he had gotten a coyote gland based lure formula from Bill Nelson over 30 years before, and he was certain that it was different than any of the other lures that had the Nelson name attached to them. I told him that I would be interested in the formula if and when he ever wanted to release it. Well, one day Ol’ Glen decided to trade (give) me the formula in trade for some mink and muskrat glands he needed from me. To make a long story short, I made up a batch, and put it to work. I used it on coyotes, and I saw the value of it right from the start. It’s different than anything else in my line-up, and made on a coyote gland base. I named it OPEN RANGE, because that’s what first comes to mind when I think about the coyote country I first used it in. Give it a try at flat sets this season, and you’ll see why I was excited to get the formula.
Wiley Coyote - Coyote gland based, aged and boosted with other ingredients. Will work as a gland lure or curiosity type of attractant. Especially effective in mid to late winter. Weatherproof and lingering at a set. I’ve seen coyotes work this lure at sets that hadn’t been re-lured for six weeks in the dead of winter. My favorite use - on the lip of dirt holes at gang settings in mid winter.