Trapper & Predator Caller was created with a singular purpose: offer practical, comprehensive information for those who harvest fur and call predators. Each edition offers insights from experts with years of experience, offering ways to enrich trapping and calling knowledge. From beginners to veterans, Trapper & Predator Caller has something for everyone.
In This Issue:
• Most locations yield fewer catches the longer they are
set. So just when is it time to move your trap? Jim Spencer has the answers.
• Whether on land or in water, Serge Lariviere writes, crossovers are natural pinch
points, which makes them excellent set locations.
• Rising and falling spring water levels can make trapping difficult. However, as Paul Draper shows, a South Dakota trapper has found a solution to keep muskrat sets working.
• Raccoon and muskrat trappers can add specific sets at the same locations to pick up extra fur, reports Charlie Harder.
• Predator hunters who often face breezy conditions can learn to compensate for bullet drift using tips from Randy Smith.
• Molded plastic coyote decoys trigger curiosity and territorial responses, says Lance Homman, while taking the focus away from the
• Foiling trap thieves requires avoiding high-risk areas and using specialized trapping techniques. Chip Bruss has the insights you need.
• A New York bow-hunter seeking Dark Continent big game packed a few foothold traps in hopes of trapping predators. Mike Monin relates this fascinating story.
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