Last week, a U.S. Court of Appeals judge upheld a lower court’s decision to throw out an anti-trapping lawsuit in Maine. Skip Trask, the legislative liason for the Maine Trappers Association, posted the following on the Maine Trappers Association website … [Read More]
From WCCO.com Reports of coyotes in the Twin Cities are becoming more and more common. On Monday night, WCCO-TV reported that a coyote attacked a dog in Golden Valley, and now an 11-year-old girl has pictures to prove they are … [Read More]
Converging factors leave our market optimistic, but higher prices will come slowly.
Russian president is no expert on weather or fur, so wait-and-see approach is still advisable.
As predator callers ready their gear for another season, game call manufacturer FOXPRO, Inc. has some major announcements to add to hunters’ excitement. In a YouTube video posted yesterday on FOXPRO’s website, FOXPRO General Manager Mike Dillon announced that three-time … [Read More]
Recent events reveal encouraging signs for several developing markets.
Israel could become the first country in the world to outlaw the fur trade. AOL News has the story: On Sept. 2, the Knesset is due to debate the second and third readings of the groundbreaking bill introduced by Ronit … [Read More]
In a strange story out of Holmen, Wis., a bass fisherman hooked a coyote while reeling in his frog lure. The LaCrosse Tribune has the details: Anglers might have a tendency to stretch the truth sometimes, but it’s tough to … [Read More]
Flambeau Outdoors, MAD Outdoors and Predator Hunting Magazine have teamed up to offer one lucky winner a chance to hunt coyotes and bobcats in Kansas and win a pile of great predator hunting gear. The winner will go on a … [Read More]
Alan Probst, the host of “F&T’s North American Trapper,” has announced some major changes in store for television’s first all-trapping show. The show, which debuted in late June on In Country Television, will now be aired on the Pursuit Channel. … [Read More]