On Trapping

I won’t say I’m a dedicated or skilled trapper. Work and motherhood has brought my time on the line to an abrupt halt, but I consider myself an advocate. My passion for trapping can be traced back to a drizzly November day many years ago. It was mid-morning. My brother Bill and I were out running the line, which spanned from one end of town to the other. I was driving my old 95 Ford Taurus, the kind that still had the square body and a bench seat, and he was riding shotgun. The trunk was loaded with equipment and dead animals. We put that car through a lot.

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Bill That Would Make Trapping, Fly Tying Materials, Illegal Introduced in Oregon

House Bill 2676 was introduced by Sponsors Rep. Robert Nosse, Rep. Ken Helm, Rep. Khanh Pham, Rep. Sheri Malstrom Schouten. The bill, “Prohibits sale, offer for sale, display for sale, trade or other distribution for consideration of fur product in State of Oregon. Prohibits sale, offer for sale, display for sale, trade or other distribution for consideration of fur product in State of Oregon.”

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Keeping Pennsylvania’s Heritage: Predator Hunting and Trapping

Article Contributed by E. Lawrence of NWPAoutdoors and A. Campenella of Eyecrosser Sportfishing For many hunters across Pennsylvania, hunting season

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