Fur Market Report: Volume of Fur Expected to Rise

Signs point to strong prices, but climate and market reaction to higher output remain unknowns   Anxiety often culminates as we approach trapping seasons. With the high prices of last year, every trapper in the country is excited and anxious. We’re excited because … [Read More]

Shotguns Versus Rifles — a Predator Hunting Exercise

By Randy D. Smith A simple exercise can demonstrate the value of a shotgun for predator calling. Bring a half-gallon milk jug and a shotgun the next time you go out target shooting with your predator rifle. Set the milk … [Read More]

Judging Distance at Night While Predator Hunting

By Dave Kaprocki Before you can learn to judge distance at night, you have to know what kind of light-beam your light produces. Is it a small hand-held light, a 6-volt headlight or a large spotlight? Your light source determines … [Read More]

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]

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]

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