This still leaves the majority of the state completely inaccessible for trapping--or does it? There are a number of guys who trap completely out of their airplanes. All they need is a lake, river, clearing, or slough long enough to land on and take off from on skis, and they can get into completely untouched country. I know of a couple guys who trap martens full-time out of their planes, and can catch as many as 500 martens in a year. With today's auction prices sometimes reaching more than $130 per marten, this kind of trapping can really pay.