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Dec 14

Trapper Radio # 51, trapping in cities and urban areas for meat and fur with beavertrapper(Tim)

Trapper Radio # 51, trapping in cities and urban areas for meat and fur with beavertrapper(Tim)

trapping radio # 51 meat trapping in city

 

This week on Trapping Across America we have an interview with Tim or as most of you will know him as Beavertrapper. Trapping as many faces and you are about to see one that we as fur trappers or control trappers don’t always think about. Tim lives in a large city, about 1,000,000 people and he traps right under the noise of these folks and they don’t have a clue. Most of us are Organic Free Range Wild Fur Farmers, but beavertrapper is an Organic Free Range Wild Meat City Farmer. Tim started trapping to have a way to put some meat in his freezer. The fur is a second thought to why he catches beaver, muskrats and raccoons in side of the concrete jungle. You may be looking at your catch in a whole new light in an hour. So pull up a seat, de-bone a tender beaver and enjoy the show!

 

Our sponsors this week are as follows:

F&T Fur Harvester’s Trading Post, “Everything you need for Trapping, Hunting with Hounds and Predator Calling”. We welcome our new sponsor and you should check out their web-site www.fntpost.com

Okie Cable & Trap Supply, They are large enough to get you a deal, and small enough to give you the customer service you need.  Make sure to check out their web-site at www.oktrapsupply.com

Predator Control Group product of the week is our Coyote Bulk Package. In this bulk coyote training package, you will get: One, Eastern Wolfer Book, Coyote Locations that Produce (DVD), Dirt Holes beyond the Basics (DVD), Eastern Flat Sets that Produce (DVD). The total of all these great coyote training product would be $87.97 if you buy them one at a time. With this package, you can get all of this hard-core coyote trapping information for $69.00. Limited time only! Plus FREE shipping.

I have received a lot of e-mails, PM’s and phone calls for an all in one package that will cover all aspects of trapping from coyote locations to dirt hole set to flat sets. So I looked around at our inventory of trapping DVDS and books and put this package together to make sure all the information could be made available to a new or experienced coyote trapper at a bargain price. So if you looking for a ton of real coyote catching information, you will be happy with this combination. Enjoy, but more importantly, go catch a few truck loads of coyotes yourself and send me a photo to let me know how your doing on the dog line.

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  1. D.W. Johnson

    beaver trapper pretty much describes my situation here at Norfolk /Va beach

  2. Don M.

    Clint,

    I just wanted to take the time and tell you that this Trapping Radio Podcast was one of your best one’s ever! I have listened to all of your recordings since day one and this recording I listened to twice since it was so pack, with so much useful information.
    Tim, whom you interviewed, made some excellent points on trapping for meat and the cost of savings on his meat grocery bill. As a side note, I really like the political points both you and Tim talk about during the recording. I’d like to hear in future recordings some more of your and the people you interview….political views.
    I believe most of your followers/listeners like myself…..support 110% your political views.

    Take care my friend,
    Don M.
    Michigan

  3. Barry Holland

    Excellent show. Beaver fills my freezer every year. It was also good to hear Clint talk about MRE’s for months on end. Takes me back to my time in the sand box. Jalapeno cheese spread was a valuable trading tool.

    1. admin

      MRE’s were fine for a few weeks, but 7 months is why I wount eat one now unless i have to. I never saw Jalapeno cheese spread, but i wish I would have.

  4. Joe McGuire

    I’m glad to hear someone addressing the coming economic perils we are going to encounter in this country. There are so few that don’t understand how serious this stuff is.

    You have talked about going out of state a few times already I know, but I’d like to hear more about the planning aspect. Things like finding out where to go in the state you choose, gaining permission or using public land, getting licensing and determining all the laws in that state. I’d like to hear it from the perspective that you are planning to go there to make a profit in pelt harvesting.

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