Apr 12

Trapping Radio # 61, Fisher trapping and hunting with a Falcon, interview with John and Mark from Maine

Trapping Radio # 61, Fisher trapping and hunting with a Falcon interview with John and Mark from Maine


tradio Radio # 61 Fisher trapping

 How to trap coyotes with trapperchick

fisher trapping

This week on Trapping Across America we have a double whammy for you. We have John and Mark from Maine to talk about trapping fisher and how Mark hunts with Falcons and Hawks. Oh, yes, you can hunt coyotes and bobcats with a bird. I doubt Uncle Sam will issue an eagle permit for hunting them, but it is being done overseas. How cool would that be to see or be the eagle hunter. Both John and Mark have trapped in Maine for decades for fur and money. I will admit that I know little about fisher trapping, so I got to ask the questions that I have been thinking about.

hunting with a falcon

I recorded this in Texas with the idea of uploading the show from down there. No such luck, so that is why there is a strange intro to this show from most shows.

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

trapperchick.com, she has her coyote trapping video on the market now. You know you want to go trapping with trapperchick! You can see what she is up to at trapperchick.com

Please note: We are working on our new site the trappers phone book. This is a directory site that will be all over the internet for land owners to find local trappers to fix their problems. Nothing like this has been done before in the trapping industry. You will want to be part of this. Just think about it, home owners and landowners are using the internet, not the yellow pages and this site will have landowners contacting you to trap their ground. This is the first time in history that land owners have a way to hook up with their local trapper. Could you use more land to trap? The cost will be $15.00 a year ($1.25 per month) for private trapper and $ 25.00 per year ($2.08 per month) for ADC businesses



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