Arkansas Fur Trappers Association March 2013 Report

ASSOCIATION CONTACT — Arkansas Fur Trappers Association, P.O. Box 1681, Greenwood, AR 72936; 479-651-3597; arkansasfurtrappers@gmail.com President — Brad McDaniel; 479-651-3597 Vice President — Greg Griffith; 479-774-1434 Secretary/Treasurer — Mark Alexander; 479-310-0692; arkansasfurtrappers@gmail.com General Organizer — Donald Wilcox; 479-997-8559   Membership … [Read More]

Arkansas Trappers Association March 2013 Report

www.arkansastrappers.org President — Aaron Hitchcock, 9331 Sister Lane, Mulberry, AR 72947; 479-997-5361; AHITCH81@YAHOO.COM Vice President — Charlie Bass, 6755 Bethesda Lane, Batesville, AR 72501; 870-698-1154; trapper38@hotmail.com Secretary/Treasurer — Gary Gray, PO Box 493, Arkadelphia, AR 71923; 870-403-2469; secretary@arkansastrappers.org NTA Director … [Read More]

Alabama Trappers & Predator Control Association March 2013 Report

www.atpca.org President — Charlie Rath, 1501 Shelby Forest Lane, Chelsea, AL 35043; 205-678-6146 Vice President — Bob Crane, 15295 Gainseville Road, Ralph, AL 35480; 205-339-0081 Secretary/Treasurer — Vicky Sievering, 291 Elame School House Road, Brent, AL 35034; 205-926-4072; vsievering@atpca.org Recording … [Read More]

Utah and West Virginia to Offer Coyote Bounties

As coyote populations rise in many areas, the predators can become a threat to farm animals and pets. And as that threat increases, some wildlife agencies find that they don’t have the resources to control the growing problem themselves. Outdoor … [Read More]

Anti-Trapping Bills Introduced in Connecticut, New Mexico and Oregon

A U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance news release gives details on three new anti-trapping bills and what trappers can do to help fight against them: Anti-trapping bills have been introduced in Connecticut, New Mexico, and Oregon.  Sportsmen in these states need to … [Read More]

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