I guess you might be asking about the "log trap." This is the trap that Billy's grandfather, Grandpa, taught him to make. He taught him that you find a hollow log, cut a hole in the top, then put some nails down in the hold. Put something shiny, like a piece of tin, down in the hole. Wait a few days while your human scent goes away. The coon will put his hand down the hole to pick up the shiny item, something no coon can resist. Once the coon picks it up, he will never, ever let go. The nails will hold his paw in place. All the coon has to do to escape is release the shiny item, but he won't. Instinct causes the coon to hang onto it forever, until the hunter arrives to kill the coon. Grandpa told Billy it's a fool-proof way to catch a coon that never fails. It's called a log trap. I guess that's what you are referring to.
There is no old red in where the red fern grows. Only Old Dan has the "old" in a name. So im pretty sure you are talking about Old Dan (the redbone coon hound). there is also a Blue tick Coon Hound named Old Blue
The boys name in where the red fern grows is Billy Goleman.
Billy Colman is the protagonist in Where the Red Fern Grows.
Choices are:Rarely seen.Rarely captured.And the other choices IDK.These answer are just my guesses, so just go someplace else. Kthanks, byes.
His name is Billy Colman
His name was Mr. Coleman.
In 'Where the Red Fern Grows', the family cat's name is Samie. The family found him when Billy accidentaly cought him in one of his traps!
The boys name is William, but he goes by Billy.
Little Ann and Old Dan
yes they do his name is old blue
Old Mr. Ringy
little ann and old dan
HI my name is BobSue and i like to eat pie
Billy's mom's name is never told. She was always recognized as Mama.
Billy had two dogs - Old Dan and Little Ann.
down in the river beds carved in a sycamore tree
the boy who got stabbed in the belly by an axe was Ruben Pritchard
He saw the names carved in the large sycamore tree in a heart!