The Management Trapper: Starting Out on the Right Foot

For those just breaking into trapping for any reason, but particularly those with the ultimate goal of managing the furbearers on their property, learning from seasoned trappers should be priority number one. [Read More]

Tag Team Trapping

Taking on a trapline partner might be just the ticket during these difficult days and a way to energize lagging spirits. Sharing the success or frustration, exchanging methods and time in the pelting shed are all great. [Read More]

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Product Spotlights

North American Trapper: The Magnet Trailing Scent

This trailing scent is a top-notch animal attractant that works great for raccoons, otters, mink, muskrats and more. [Read More]

North American Trapper: The Madness Lure

This time-tested canine curiosity blend is a mixture of pure skunk quill, coyote glands, beaver juice, asafetida, civet oil and other essential ingredients, making it a must-have for your predator sets. Great for coyote, fox, bobcat and more. [Read More]


The Market Report

Fur Market Report April-May 2021: Vaccines & Castor Glands, Hot Topics This Spring

The year 2020 is finally over and for many people, it will be a year to forget. The COVID-19 pandemic spread quickly in March of 2020, and we are now basically one year later and still trying to overcome this invisible enemy. Luckily for most of us, trapping was still an option, and it was a fantastic activity when you could hardly do anything indoors anyway. [Read More]

Fur Market Report February 2021: Coyotes, Beavers and Upcoming Auctions

Trapping seasons across North America are coming to an end when we enter into late February. Fur is still prime, but for many southern regions, the turn to spring is arriving fast, and many critters will also start breeding soon. Yes, it is still winter in Canada, but snow is at its deepest point, ice is as thick as it will ever be, and most trappers have by now harvested most of what they will harvest this season. [Read More]

Fur Market Report January 2021: Western Cats and Coyotes Reveal Upcoming Market

The biggest bulk of the fur in North America is harvested in November and December, but most commercial fur seasons usually run into January and February. But, November and December are the biggest months, so by now you can say that most of what will hit the market in 2021 is already in fur sheds on stretchers or in freezers. [Read More]

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