Tips, Tactics and Technics for Trappers
Plus tales and plain old good advice for anyone who ever thought about trapping for survival, sustenance or money.
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Buckshot, the author of the following articles and Buckshot's Modern Trapper's Guide to Xtreme Trapping for Safety, Survival, Profit, Pleasure, has been trapping for 25 years in 5 different states. He has caught minks, raccoons, opossums, skunks, red foxes, gray foxes, coyotes, bobcats, muskrats, fishers, otters, beavers, ground hogs, snapping turtles, weasels, badgers and other game animals. He has built a log cabin and lived off the land. He says "I love the woods and being a free trapper in God's great outdoors."
Why is trapping important for survivalists? "The most important reason I think everyone who plans to survive should know how to trap," says Buckshot, "is that during the Great Depression the game animals were hunted down to nothing, but the trapper always fed his family." You can contact Buckshot via e-mail with questions or comments.
Check back next month, because more articles are in the works.
- The Best All-Around Trap
- Using the Conibear #110
- Trapping Muskrats
- Catching Coons and Groundhogs with The Conibear #220
- Bagging Beaver with the Connibear #330
- Why Leghold Traps?
- Wild Dog Danger
- More on Dogs and On Being a Predator
- Three True Tales of Dog Attacks
- More True Tales of Dog Attacks
- I Should Have Stayed Home
- A Michigan Bear Tale
- Waxing and Dyeing Traps
- Human Scent and Using Lures
- Getting Ready for the Season
- Scouting for Fur Via Canoe - Lessons Learned
- Take Your Kids Trapping
- The World's Biggest Buck -- A Tall Tale
- An A-to-Z dictionary of trapping terms
- Playin' Possum
- The World's Biggest Coyote
- Survival Hunting
- Survival Weapons
- A Young Trapper's Tale
- More Young Trapper's Tales New!
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