Feb 22, 2019
There are plenty of hurdles to getting started trapping, a major one being the cost and equipment to buy. In this episode I break down the cost of getting a bare bones setup to be able to start setting predator traps. Its not as expensive as you might think.
Feb 14, 2019
In this episode I look at data from research projects across the southeast that analysed coyote home range patterns. The average home range of coyotes can vary widely but generally hangs around 5,000 acres. That is a pretty good chunk of land to cover.
Feb 8, 2019
I get criticized and sometimes people feel they need to defend their use of cheap traps. I've upgraded my traps since I started trapping, targeting top quality high performing traps, that do cost more than other traps. But there are reasons that I like these traps, and most trappers as they gain experience realize the...
Jan 30, 2019
In this episode I discuss several topics and answer several questions that I have been getting lately. No real structure to this one, just me talking trapping and giving you some of my thoughts. I hope everyone's season is going well.
Jan 23, 2019
In this episode I talk with Jeff Traynor from Furbearer Conservation. His website and focus is on supporting trapping through data and facts. We have a really interesting discussion and this is definitely something that we as trappers need to pay more attention and utilize more readily. Trapping truly is conservation...