The Evolution of a Wolf Trapper

In the rugged mountains of western Montana, the author has found the secret to wolf trapping success. Follow along on his adventures. [Read More]

Off-Season Scouting for Success

Now is the time to get a jump on next year’s trapline. Here’s how to find your next best spots. [Read More]

The Trap Line

Don’t Rule Out Cage Traps

Friday, June 4th, 2021

Patient Trapping

Friday, May 21st, 2021

Snares That Care

Friday, May 14th, 2021

Tag Team Trapping

Friday, April 9th, 2021

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]

Resources

The Market Report

Fur Market Report November 2021: Muskrats, Coyotes and Castor Lead the Market Into November

October is the last month before everyone starts heading out to the fields and woods to set traps and harvest furbearers. October is prime time for anticipation. Then November arrives — action time. Every night from now on is going to be busy. November is when anticipation finally turns into reality. [Read More]

Fur Market Report October 2021: Positives and Negatives as We Enter Trapping Season

October is when final plans are set for the upcoming trapping season. Some northern states and provinces open up for trapping in late October, but I suspect most states have their fur season opening in November. Fur grows on animals with shorter photoperiod, and the longer trappers can wait before setting traps, the more fur animals have when they are harvested. [Read More]

Fur Market Report September 2021: Cautiously Optimistic Fur Markets

In the fur industry, there is a slow and steady wind of optimism that emerges from the post-pandemic struggle — we may just be past the most difficult period of our history. [Read More]

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