June-July 2008 Issue

June-July 2008 IssueAbout the Magazine

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.

• Some trapping locations yield super catches year after year, while others that look prime turn out to be duds. So how can you tell the difference before you set? Mike Schoonveld has the answers.

• Whether they are called to catch beavers or remove rogue squirrels, animal damage control trappers often have more trouble
dealing with the humans than they do with critters. Tom Olson voices their laments.

• Kirk DeKalb explains how catching southern flattails in the summer requires an understanding of how the animals respond and adapt to scorching temperatures.

• During calving season, Dave Morelli writes ranchers want to keep livestock safe from coyotes on the prowl for an easy meal.

• Camouflage finishes certainly dress up the appearance of shotguns and rifles to the shooter, but does the overcoat serve any useful purpose? Randy Smith fleshes it out.

• Jim Spencer shows how a little preparation now will make your footholds and bodygrip traps produce more fur this fall.

• Paul Wait reviews a number of shows. Missouri hosts the Fur Takers of America, the National Trappers Association rendezvous moves to Iowa and a predator hunting expo debuts in Kansas.

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