This is an excerpt from Tom Berg’s article “Paddling for Muskrats,” which appeared in the November 2013 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Tom Berg Obviously, the first item on your gear list should be a stable canoe. Any canoe … [Read More]
By Ralph Scherder When it comes to catching big raccoons, I don’t think type of set matters all that much. I’ve caught jumbos in dirtholes, and I’ve caught them in pockets. However, the attractors you use do seem to play a … [Read More]
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Summer detective work can help trappers map out an efficient trapline. [Read More]
In this article from the Winter 2010 issue of Predator Hunting magazine, Randy Smith explains how to blood-trail coyotes.
Group organizers seek to foster development of growing sport and promote camaraderie amongst other sportsmen.
This hunter’s job depends on making the long shot.
Uphill or downhill shots require some extra thought. [Read More]
Fur handling is becoming more important as there are fewer and fewer country fur buyers. Knowing how to market a harvest is critical to the contemporary trapper. [Read More]