With rising coyote-human conflicts and even a young Canadian woman killed by coyotes in the last year, researchers are taking a closer look at the predator. The Eastern coyote is of even more interest as they are not native to … [Read More]
The second World Predator & Hunting Expo called predator hunters from around the country and beyond to Columbus, Ohio in late March. With most of the pillars of the growing predator hunting industry in house, attendees were treated to world-class … [Read More]
Candice Berner, a 32-year-old school teacher, was found dead off of a road near Chignik Lake, Alaska and authorities believe a wolf attack was the cause of her death. State officials killed two wolves on Monday that they believe were … [Read More]
These photos came to T&PC via e-mail. They are purportedly from a man in Alaska (you never know about e-mail forwards). A brown bear charged him, and he killed it with a Ruger .454 Casull with 350-grain loads. The story … [Read More]
In this video specially selected by T&PC, three hunters take two ‘yotes at one time.
From left to right: Tad Brown of Flambeau, Flambeau Pro Staffer Todd Wilson, Flambeau Pro Staffer Tom Wilson and Trapper & Predator Caller Managing Editor Jared Blohm Christmas came a little early for me this year when the folks from … [Read More]
Trappers and predator hunters know that coyotes are tough as nails, but here’s a little more proof in a bizarre story out of California. A coyote that was hit by a car near the Utah-Nevada border was taken for a … [Read More]
Reader Mark Healy submitted this video on the forum. He calls in a gray fox while on an Arizona scouting outing.
Group organizers seek to foster development of growing sport and promote camaraderie amongst other sportsmen.
A T&PC fan from Alaska sent in these interesting photos of that state’s most infamous predators: bears. Predator hunting takes on a whole new meaning when confronting one of the world’s largest mammals. One false move and a hunter could … [Read More]