Maine Trappers Association December 2009 Report

President — Dana Johnson Sr., 115 Thompson St., Wells, ME 04090; phone: 207-646-5467

Vice President — Dave Wilson, 76 Drummond Rd., Sidney, ME 04330; phone: 207-458-0590

Secretary — Pat Favolise, 115 Farnsworth Rd., Columbia, ME 04623; phone: 207-483-4779

— Joe Powers, 352 Carvell Rd., Mapleton, ME 04757; phone: 207-765-0236

Editor — Gary Sewell, 262 Lake Rd., Monticello, ME 04760; phone: 207-538-0945

Membership Director — Ted Perkins, 1826 Hudson Rd., Hudson, ME 04449; phone: 207-947-5109

Legislative Liaison — Norm (Skip) Trask, P.O. Box 265, Readfield, ME 04365; phone: 207-685-4643

NTA Director — Brian Cogill, 416 Moulton Hill Rd., Parsonsfield, ME 04047; phone: 207-793-4605

Membership Options:

• Regular with The Trapper & Predator Caller subscription — $31
• Supporting with The Trapper & Predator Caller subscription — $36
• Junior (under 16 years) with subscription to The Trapper & Predator Caller — $16
• Family (up to 2 adults and all children under 18 yrs.) with subscription to The Trapper & Predator Caller — $34
• Regular lifetime (under age 65) — $235
Plus $11 per year for subscription to The Trapper & Predator Caller
• Senior lifetime (65 yrs. and older) — $110
Plus $11 per year for subscription to The Trapper & Predator Caller

Complete membership application on first page of
association section and send dues to:
MTA Membership Director
Ted Perkins
1826 Hudson Rd., Hudson, ME 04449


Hello everyone, it is the start of Labor Day weekend and the Rendezvous is coming up on Sept. 18, 19 and 20. The business meeting will be Saturday morning at 8 like always. We will have election of officers and presentation of awards and then plenty of activities and vendors to visit, followed by a roast pork dinner.
Remember you have to apply for your trapping license online. How about downloading an application and photo copying it for members of your chapter who don’t have computer access? The same can be done for the beaver booklet that will be coming out online next month.

I commend everyone that is giving trapper’s safety courses. Keep up the good work. The Maine Trapper’s Association has been busy these past years with all that has been going on as you have read. Soon the weather will turn cold and we will be losing more daylight. The traplines will start up. We have been looking into a trapper’s apprentice program. Any input you have regarding an apprentice program would be appreciated, just bring your ideas to your chapter director to be brought to our December Board of Director’s meeting.

This is all I have for now. Enjoy the Indian summer and fall hunting and trapping season.

— Patricia Favolise

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