State wildlife agencies struggle to regulate predator numbers against deer herd management plans. The introduction of wolves in some areas made the balancing act even more complicated. To get a read on how predators impact deer herds, the Wisconsin Department … [Read More]
Stories of mountain lions being spotted east of the Great Plains pop up in the news a handful of times each year. Some reveal first-hand accounts of mountain lion sightings, some show trail camera photos of cougars, some discuss evidence … [Read More]
Last week, a U.S. Court of Appeals judge upheld a lower court’s decision to throw out an anti-trapping lawsuit in Maine. Skip Trask, the legislative liason for the Maine Trappers Association, posted the following on the Maine Trappers Association website … [Read More]
From WCCO.com Reports of coyotes in the Twin Cities are becoming more and more common. On Monday night, WCCO-TV reported that a coyote attacked a dog in Golden Valley, and now an 11-year-old girl has pictures to prove they are … [Read More]
Converging factors leave our market optimistic, but higher prices will come slowly.
Israel’s proposed fur ban is a reminder to stay vigilant.
A tribute to the oldest trapper and insights into trapping beavers are just some of the features you’ll find in the November 2010 issue of Trapper & Predator Caller.
The television program Kentucky Afield heads out by boat to set traps for otter, raccoons and other furbearers who take to water.
Donate the value of your catches to the American Cancer Society by way of North American Fur Auctions.
Cooler weather means trapping is getting hot. Heat up the season with the October 2010 issue.