Trapping Convention Season Nears

The FTA Convention hits Pennsylvania and the NTA Convention Visits Upper Michigan   By Jared Blohm Winter held on as long as it could, but we’re finally seeing signs of summer. And that means we’re closing in on convention season … [Read More]

Edmonton Newspaper Takes a Deep Look Into Tradition of Trapping

Gordy Klassen, the president of the Alberta Trappers’ Association, is prominantly featured in a compelling Edmonton Journal story on the culture of trapping. “This isn’t a job that everyone can do,” Klassen said in the story. “It takes a lot of skills. … [Read More]

The Best Sets for Trapping Wolves

Trapper & Predator Caller Field Editor Serge Lariviére recently had the chance to interview expert wolf trapper Gordy Klassen. The renowned figure from DeBolt, Alberta, is known throughout the West and across Canada for his wolf trapping clinics and seminars. He is … [Read More]

Scientists: Red Foxes Use Magnetic Field to Help Them Hunt

A Discovery Channel video shows how red foxes pinpoint field mice buried deep beneath snow using their incredible hearing and the magnetic field of the North Pole. “He almost always comes up empty handed, unless he’s facing north,” the narrator … [Read More]

T&PC Reader Traps 51-Pound Raccoon

In his November 2013 Furbearer Behavior column, Trapper & Predator Caller Field Editor Serge Lariviére asked T&PC readers to send him photos and info on raccoons they’ve trapped that weighed more than 40 pounds. The largest raccoon Lariviére received a photo … [Read More]

Prepare Your Furbearers Using The Mountain Man Cookbook

The Mountain Man Cookbook —The How-To Recipe Guide for Preparing, Cooking and Eating Raccoons, Muskrats, Beavers and Other Unconventional Wild Game has hit bookshelves. The Mountain Man Cookbook is the ultimate compilation of wild game recipes from readers of Trapper … [Read More]

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