September 2008 Issue

September 2008 IssueAbout the Magazine

Trapper & Predator Caller was created with a singular purpose: offer practical, comprehensive information for those who harvest fur and call predators. Each edition offers insights from experts with years of experience, offering ways to enrich trapping and calling knowledge. From beginners to veterans, Trapper & Predator Caller has something for everyone.

• Adapting methods and covering more ground can help you harvest a large number of ’coons, even in areas where the populations aren’t high, Serge Lariviére writes.

• After you find an area for a set, Mike Schoonveld says you must still find the best places to lay your steel — these are the spots that will make your great location even better.

• Tools can come in handy, but extra gadgets can weigh a trapper down. What are indispensable trapline tools and what are worthless pieces of junk? Jim Spencer has the answers.

• Charlie Harder asserts trap setters can find more success by putting a few good sets at multiple locations rather than many sets in a single location.

• A shotgun can be one of the most effective predator-calling firearms available. But which load is best? Randy Smith tells all.

• Paul Draper explains that an old-time buried bait set can be a reliable tool for trapping coyotes and foxes when standard sets just aren’t working.

• A bolt-action .243 might not be perfect for every environment or circumstance, Ted Stotler writes, but it’s useful for all.

• While many basic tactics remain the same, Chip Bruss shows a lot has changed for trappers since the early 1900s.

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