The Jan. 9, 2010 FHA auction results look promising. "We’ve turned the corner," says Don Rumford, chief operations officer for FHA.
When Marc Folco, an outdoor writer for Massachusett’s Standard Times newspaper, saw a challenge from an anti-trapping reader earlier this month, he accepted. And it was a victory for trappers. The reader, Dawn White, or Acushnet, Mass., wrote into the … [Read More]
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]
The cover of the December 2009 issue features a marten. Trapping these furbearers can be one of the most rewarding experiences on the line. Randy Augsburger knows that feeling well. He wrote an excellent article here about how to trap … [Read More]
In a major victory for trappers and outdoorsmen countrywide, a judge ruled in favor of Maine trappers in the lynx lawsuit that animal rights groups filed last year. Here are more details from a U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance news release: On … [Read More]
All the fur market needs to get back on its feet is time.
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]
Fur market is extremely cloudy with countless variables as we begin to set steel, but at least we’re trapping.
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]
The Idaho Statesman reports that at least two wolves were shot in the first day of the Idaho wolf hunt. About 10,000 tags have been sold so far and hunters will be allowed to kill 220 wolves. Idaho is home … [Read More]