There is a cage trap for just about everything from chipmunks to coyotes. They are easy to set and bait, and they help trappers be selective with what they keep. In today’s crazy fur market, it doesn’t hurt to be able to keep only the best fur, and release the rest. [Read More]
The Trap Line
This trailing scent is a top-notch animal attractant that works great for raccoons, otters, mink, muskrats and more. [Read More]
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The Market ReportFur Market Report Summer 2021: Muskrat Prices, the First Sign of Market Recovery?
For the first time in a long time we are showing some positive signs in the market. Market recovery will take some time, and as you ponder what to do next season, remember to harvest pelts at maximum maturity. When markets struggle, only the very best skins sell, so time your harvest as best you can. [Read More]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]More Articles »