The cover of the new Trapper & Predator Caller features a wild hog. In many parts of the United States, these invasive animals have destroyed habitat for native species. One place hit hard is Missouri. The state put together this … [Read More]
Market patterns are similar to circumstances that lead to 1970’s fur boom.
Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean there isn’t fun to be had in the June-July 2011 issue of Trapper & Predator Caller.
Predator hunters and wild hog enthusiasts will gather in Georgia for the first Great South Predator & Wild Hog Extravaganza from Friday May 20 through Sunday, May 22. The event will be held in the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter … [Read More]
There’s no doubt mountain lions pack some incredible power and jaw strength, but these photos from Eureka, Mont. are still pretty shocking. According to an e-mail I received, this car was attacked by a mountain lion during the night. The … [Read More]
Knowing how to interpret tracks on the ground is critical to any hunting or trapping endeavor. Here’s a handy guide from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Click here to see a much larger version.
Cleaning things up isn’t fun, but now’s the time to get it done.
Need a hand? The pros and cons of trapping with a partner are discussed in this issue of Trapper & Predator Caller.
You never know what you’ll see in the wild. Videographer Jay Ellioff caught this red fox mousing on video just down the road from our offices in Iola. It’s spectacular footage of a predator in its element.
Anyone who has trapped or hunted coyotes knows that the canines are some tough animals, but a story out of Nova Scotia, Canada illustrates just how tenacious they can be. The Black Bear Blog on MaineHuntingToday.com has a post on … [Read More]