Gordy Klassen, the president of the Alberta Trappers’ Association, is prominantly featured in a compelling Edmonton Journal story on the culture of trapping.
“This isn’t a job that everyone can do,” Klassen said in the story. “It takes a lot of skills. It takes a certain mindset.”
The story takes a deep look into many aspects of trapping and the life of a dedicated trapper. Klassen, who was recently featured in a Trapper & Predator Caller story on trapping wolves, revealed how he became a trapper and how integral trapping is to him.
“This is absolutely as important as breathing (to me),” he said. “It’s hard to explain.”
To read the full story, visit the Edmonton Journal website.
T&PC Field Editor Serge Lariviére’s interview with Gordy Klassen on wolf trapping appeared in the December 2013 issue.