Predator Hunting Tip: Secure New Ground in the Offseason

This is an excerpt from the article “Conditioned Coyotes,” which appeared in the August 2014 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Lance Homman The most obvious way to avoid overhunting your predator calling territory is to amass as much country as you can … [Read More]

Justin Bieber Music Saves Russian Man From Bear Attack

A Russian fisherman narrowly avoided death when a Justin Bieber song frightened an attacking brown bear. Igor Vorozhbitsyn’s cellphone, which was set to play Bieber’s hit single “Baby” as the ringtone, rang during the attack, according to the New York Post. The bear immediately … [Read More]

Fur Market Report: The Fur Market Bubble Has Burst

Some experts say the steep drop in average prices from 2013 to 2014 was unprecedented   By Serge Lariviére This is an excerpt from Trapper & Predator Caller‘s August 2014 Fur Market Report. The perfect storm has now hit in full … [Read More]

School Days: Michigan Boy Enjoys Targeting ’Rats

He hopes to catch raccoons, weasels, muskrats, squirrels, coyotes and more this season   My name is Travis Foos. I started trapping four years ago. I attended a trapper’s convention in Hermansville, Mich., where they gave me a weasel box. I … [Read More]

Editor’s Call: A Little Elbow Room

Falling fur prices are a bummer, but there’s some positive news   By Jim Spencer It’s just my opinion, but the recent downward adjustment in fur prices isn’t altogether a bad thing. Sure, it’s nice to sell green raccoons for … [Read More]

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