Is the Set Location or the Bait More Important in Trapping?

By Jack Spencer Jr. There are two common theories I often hear from trappers when trying to explain trapping success. Is it the magical location or the tempting bait we trappers purchase or make on our own that produces catches? … [Read More]

Lures and Baits for Trapping Big ‘Coons

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]

Photographer Captures Image of Mountain Lion in Front of L.A. Skyline

It took a National Geographic photographer a year to capture a stunning photograph of a mountain lion in front of the Los Angeles skyline at night. You can see the photo HERE. Steve Winter photographed the cougar known as P-22 in … [Read More]

Editor’s Call: Sticking to My Guns

One national organization for trappers would be better than two   At the recent National Trappers Association Convention, I got bushwhacked by two respected members of the trapping fraternity, people whose names you’d recognize. One is with the NTA and … [Read More]

Raccoon Breaks Into Alabama Police Station

A raccoon crashed through the ceiling of an Alabama police station earlier this week. The surprised Gardendale, Ala., police quickly set the bandit free. Surveillance video captured the raccoon falling through ceiling tile in the police station’s lobby Monday morning. … [Read More]

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