Idaho Trappers Association January 2014 Report

http://www.idahotrappers.com

 

President — Patrick B. Carney; 208-599-5009; president@idahotrappersassociation.com

Vice President — Andy Smith;
vicepresident@idahotrappersassociation.com

Secretary — Michelle Gutierrez; 208-587-5931;
michellegutierrez@idahotrappersassociation.com

Treasurer — Vacant

NTA Representative — Dan Davis; 208-458-4303;
dandavis@idahotrappersassociation.com

Election Chairman — Billy Dyer; 208-587-6696;
billydyer@idahotrappersassociation.com

Director — Mark Collinge; 208-376-2963;
markcollinge@idahotrappersassociation.com

Director — Rusty Kramer; 208-870-3217;
rustykramer@idahotrappersassociation.com

Director — Paul Jensen; 208-631-4547;
pauljensen@idahotrappersassociation.com

Director — Tim Conant; 208-544-2766;
timconant@idahotrappersassociation.com

Director — Bruce Bartow; 208-521-4235;
brucebartow@idahotrappersassociation.com

 

Membership Options:

• Individual membership including subscription to T&PC — $25.50

• Family membership with subscription — $30.50

• Life Membership — $500

 

Complete membership application on first page of association section and send dues to:

ITA, Secretary

Michelle Gutierrez

PO Box 405

Mountain Home, ID 83647

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

I receive five different trapping magazines, and it occurs to me that two of them might be of interest to you and are not well known.

First is the W.C.T. Magazine (Wildlife Control Technology). Those of us in the A.D.C. business started out as fur trappers but today make our living on woodpeckers, pigeons, starlings, bats and, of course, raccoons, skunks and squirrels. This magazine has lots of how-to articles and then how to run a business. A must have publication for those considering or already in the A.D.C. business, especially part timers.

Second is a magazine called T.R.A.P.S. This is a magazine that is for collectors of traps and trapping related paper. There are lots of interesting articles on traps and companies that made traps in the early days. It also has a buy and sell section. Surprisingly, many traps made in the 1920s and ’30s are inexpensive — $10 to $20 — because millions of them were made.

The addresses are:

W.C.T. Magazine, P.O. Box 357, Sharon Center, Ohio 44274

(330) 350-2161

 

N.A.T.C.A., P.O. Box 94, Galloway, Ohio 43119

(614) 878-6011

— Bruce Bartow

 

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  1. New to hutting sport, Any hunting event in ID. in the near future? Would like to start as team member where I can have guidance through the process. I am a USPSA member

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