As of yesterday, the first modern-day wolf trapping season in Idaho is open. The season, which goes through March 31, is open for the north-central and northern mountain regions of Idaho near the Montana and Canadian borders. With roughly 1,000 … [Read More]
The long-awaited Montana wolf season has been open for nearly two months now and the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks says 44 hunters have been successful so far. The quota is set at 220. One of the fortunate … [Read More]
President — Tom Barnes; phone: 406-683-2791; e-mail: email@example.com Vice President East — John Graham, Jordan, MT; e-mail: VPEast@montanatrappers.org Vice President West — Dennis Schutz, Stevensville, MT Recording Secretary — Jim Buell; phone: 406-376-3178; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Membership Secretary — Valerie Esche, … [Read More]
President — Mike Gragert, 511 S. 5th St., New Douglas, IL 62074; phone: 618-637-9061; e-mail: email@example.com Vice President — Carroll Williams RR4 Box 135, Fairfield, IL 62837; phone: 618-516-2275; e-mail: Carroll.Williams@gmail.com Secretary — Wes Johnson, 700 East Locust St. #25, … [Read More]
President — Tony Miller, 6891 N Blackpoint Rd., Pima, AZ 85543; phone: 928-651-5000; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Vice President — Scott Trowbridge, P.O. Box 1847, Chinle, AZ 86503; phone: 928-674-5683; e-mail: email@example.com Recording Secretary — Mike Huffer, P.O. Box 11474, Scottsdale, AZ … [Read More]
A quota of 220 wolves was approved for this year’s Montana wolf hunting season by the wildlife commission late last week. The wildlife commission also added subquota limits for some districts near Yellowstone National Park “after learning wolves were being … [Read More]
The Pennsylvania Trappers Association June 2011 Report.
The Montana Trappers Association June 2011 Report.
Trapping is once again the target of animal rights groups in New Mexico. The groups are pushing for a ban on all recreational and commercial trapping on public lands within the state. Last year, a ban on trapping in the … [Read More]
Animal Rights groups and the Obama administration have agreed on a compromise to lift protections for wolves in Montana and Idaho and allow hunting. Here is some info on the settlement from the Los Angeles Times: The settlement agreement, opposed … [Read More]