The Future Of Trapping

We trap rabbits in the backyard. My son, daughter and I. Essentially it’s learning about the habits, food, shelter and patterns of rabbits. The food the like—broccoli—we use for bait. I was fortunate to grow up with a Dad who trapped…fox, coyote, racoon, mink…you name it. Back when the prices paid for the gas and…
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Minnesota Trapper Education Classes

Trapper education courses forming now Summer is a perfect time for youth trappers to complete required trapper education courses, according to the Minnesota Trappers Association (MTA) and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The course fulfills the requirement that anyone born after Dec. 31, 1989, and who has not been issued a trapping license…
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Weekend Outdoors Live Radio

Saturday around 5PM is this weekend Outdoors Live. We’ll check in with Thompson, ND Game and Fish biologist Marty Egeland running down the turkey applications for fall 2010. Chief Game Warden Bob Timian discussing summer ANS warden enforcement and fisheries bioloigst Jerry Weigel on fish stocking in North Dakota Listen live on AM 790 http://www.kfgo.com…
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The Future Of Fur-taking

Modern day society forgets what founded the West and North Dakota as well, the fur-trade. Hard to argue about the history, but the future of fur-taking needs more emphasis. And here’s one way: Fur Harvester Classes Scheduled in Bismarck, Jamestown The North Dakota Cooperative Fur Harvester Education program is sponsoring fur harvester education classes in…
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Weekend Outdoors Live Radio

Saturday around 7PM after UND hockey and again Sunday morning at 7AM we’ll welcome the Chief Chef and matre’d of the Outdoors Live kitchen It’s UNCLE LYNN. He’s cooking up our spring snow geese and a whole new way. We’ll bring in Jeff Long the Game and Fish Dept Education Coordinator with the newest spot…
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