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Trapper's Post is published and edited by leading writer and trapper Bob Noonan. Each of our six yearly issues is tabloid sized (10½ x12½ inches), and packed from cover to cover exclusively with trapping information. We print 15-plus full length feature articles per issue – along with other information!
Trapper's Post provides in-depth articles with detailed information and clear photos and illustrations, to help readers become more effective trappers. Some articles are by recognized experts, others are by excellent trappers known only to a handful of people. As Bill Nelson said, "Some of the best trappers in the country never saw their names in print." They are now, in our pages. So are regular trappers, who have valuable observations and stories to share.
Trapper's Post offers much more than how-to trapping methods. We have articles on lure and bait making, fur handling, equipment, trapline experiences, interviews, humor, atmosphere, history and heritage, news, and more.
Although rooted in North America's history, trapping is a vital, modern, changing profession. Trapper's Post keeps you current with changes in equipment, methods, the fur market, legislation, and more.
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• Fur Market Report with Mike Wilhite - A current, in-depth analysis of the international fur trade that is the universally acknowledged best fur market report in the industry, by North America’s acknowledged best market analyst.
• Trapper's Post Interview - A different fur industry personality each issue.
• Western Trapline with John Graham - A professional predator control agent, fur trapper, and lure maker shares experiences, methods, and perspectives.
• Canadian Trapline with Jim Gibb - A professional fur trapper describes life on a registered Canadian wilderness bush trapline.
• Fur Handling with John Epler – All aspects of pelt handling for each furbearer as well as marketing and business information, etc.
• ADC - Animal Damage Control experts share professional knowledge to help you make more money in this growing industry.
• Beginner’s Basics – Detailed and specific, but clear and easy to understand how-to trapping information, for new trappers.
• Follow the Dream – Each issue features another chapter from Don Shumaker’s acclaimed novel about young mountain man Sam Carns’ western adventures in the late 1800s.
• Young Trapper - Trappers 16 and under describe their adventures.
• ALSO - Reader’s Trapline Photos; Cut to the Chase (Q&A); News Report; Calendar of Events; Association News; More.