Recent events reveal encouraging signs for several developing markets.
Habitat, not animals, should have been focus of oil cleanup.
Get ready for fall and winter trapping and hunting with the September 2010 issue of Trapper & Predator Caller.
Israel could become the first country in the world to outlaw the fur trade. AOL News has the story: On Sept. 2, the Knesset is due to debate the second and third readings of the groundbreaking bill introduced by Ronit … [Read More]
In a strange story out of Holmen, Wis., a bass fisherman hooked a coyote while reeling in his frog lure. The LaCrosse Tribune has the details: Anglers might have a tendency to stretch the truth sometimes, but it’s tough to … [Read More]
Flambeau Outdoors, MAD Outdoors and Predator Hunting Magazine have teamed up to offer one lucky winner a chance to hunt coyotes and bobcats in Kansas and win a pile of great predator hunting gear. The winner will go on a … [Read More]
Alan Probst, the host of “F&T’s North American Trapper,” has announced some major changes in store for television’s first all-trapping show. The show, which debuted in late June on In Country Television, will now be aired on the Pursuit Channel. … [Read More]
Some good news for bobcat trappers/hunters landed in my e-mail box this morning. It appears bobcat populations are on the rise across most of North America. Dr. Nathan M. Roberts of Cornell University, a Trapper & Predator Caller contributor, forwarded … [Read More]
The 51st Annual National Trappers Association (NTA) Convention begins Thursday, Aug. 5, in Marshfield, Wisconsin. Staff from Trapper & Predator Caller will be there for all four days. Stop by the booth to meet the people who make the magazine … [Read More]
The Washington Trappers Association August 2010 report.