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Alberta Mountain Lion Hunt: A Tale of Adventure, Wildlife Management, and Cougar Meat
Months of anticipation lead to a snowy chase, and a giant tom
As We Drift Further From the Outdoors, America Needs Trapping More Than Ever
Trapping used to be a way of life—one that some of us have maintained all along. Fortunately, more people are starting to take up the tradition again
Furbearers Are the Ultimate Renewable Resource
The abundance and sustainability of warm, natural fur is overlooked—even by hunters—because trapping gets a bad rap
Is Trapping in America on the Brink of Extinction, or at the Beginning of a Comeback?
Low fur prices, anti-trapping laws, and an increase in participation? We take a deep dive into the state of trapping in the U.S.
DOI Settles with Animal Advocates to Maintain Protections for Canada Lynx in Lower 48
After attempts to delist the Canada lynx in the lower 48, the Department of the Interior has settled a court case with animal advocacy organizations
This Release Shield Calms Critters on My Traplines, and Helps Educate the Public
A homemade shield helps keep trappers safe when releasing out-of-season critters. It also pulls double-duty by helping educate the public about trapping
Hunting for Meat Is Widely Accepted. Wearing Fur from the Predators You Hunt and Trap Should Be, Too
Trapping and predator hunting get a bad rap. That bias is frequently arbitrary among folks who have no problem eating meat
5 Rules for Setting Up to Call and Kill Predators
Although I’ve focused my efforts mostly on trapping for the past few years, I also thoroughly enjoy predator calling. I...
How to Get Rid of Fleas When Skinning Coyotes and Other Furbearers
Whether you’re a novice trying to skin your first coyote or a seasoned expert, there are always new methods to...
How to Clean Blood Out of Predator and Furbearer Pelts
With the onset of winter, it’s officially fur season now, and I hope skinning sheds everywhere are filling up. Whether...