Idaho Trappers Association March 2011 Report

President — Hance Clayton, 4355 W. 49th St., Idaho Falls, ID 83402; ph: 208-524-6304; 208-521-8404; e-mail: hanceclayton@gmail.com

Vice President
— Patrick Carney, P.O. Box 861, Mountain Home, ID 83647; ph: 208-599-5009

Secretary — Michelle Gutierrez, 3725 NE McCoy Lane, Mountain Home, ID 83647; ph: 208-587-5931; e-mail: mjtaxidermy@msn.com

Treasurer — Tammy Jewett, 1770 NE Beaman Rd., Mountain Home, ID 83647; ph: 208-587-6822; e-mail: jewett6822@msn.com

NTA Director — Dan Davis, 2741 E 200 N St., Anthony, ID 83445; ph: 208-458-4303; e-mail: danandjanet@juno.com

Election Oversight Committee Chairman — Michelle Gutierrez, 3725 NE McCoy Lane, Mountain Home, ID 83647

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
3725 NE McCoy Lane
Mountain Home, ID 83647

SECRETARY’S REPORT

Just a short note to remind everyone that the ITA will be having a fur sale March 19, 2011 at the Armory in Mountain Home Idaho. Interstate 84 exit 95, turn north on Hwy 20 go approximately 1 mile turn right on hot creek road, following ITA signs to Armory. Doors will open Friday March 18th from 5-8 p.m. Saturday March 19th doors open at 7 a.m. There will be a general membership meeting on Saturday.

Raffles will happen throughout the day. Some of the raffles include Wolf trap raffle (MB-750 Alaskan), tickets are 10.00 each and there will be 4 winners at three traps each. Also a raffle for 3 dozen miscellaneous new traps at 5.00 ticket. There will be 12 winners at 3 traps each, winners choice. BBQ hamburgers for lunch. Also, ITA is holding elections this spring for the position of president and three directors. Anyone with input please call 208-587-5931.

Please join your state trapping association for they need your input and support, www.idahotrappers.com. Don’t forget to support your National Trappers Association (www.nationaltrappers.com) as they stop issues that will effect state associations and individual trappers.

— Michelle Gutierrez

FUR SALE REPORT

Average Price Query – Sale

Listed by Item, Quantity Offered, Quantity Sold, Total Price, Average Price and Percent Sold

Badger — 8, 8, $124.52, $15.57, 100.0%

Beaver — 11, 11, $181.15, $16.47, 100.0%

Bobcat — 29, 26, $7,765.67, $298.68, 89.7%

Coyote — 304, 182, $5,657.46, $31.08, 59.9%

Fox – cross —, 6, 6, $220.79, $36.8, 100.0%

Fox – red — 51, 51, $1,209.04, $23.71, 100.0%

Marten — 5, 3, $77.66, $25.89, 60.0%

Mink — 7, 7, $70.86, $10.12, 100.0%

Muskrat — 437, 437, $2,617.95, $5.99, 100.0%

Raccoon — 4, 4, $66.52, $16.63, 100.0%

Castor — 1.88, 1.88, $65.29, $34.73, 100.0%

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