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Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: don403] #6730485
01/15/20 09:47 PM
01/15/20 09:47 PM
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New Hampshire
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Originally Posted by don403
not newhamphire


Come on....itís pretty good ,compared to other states


It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.
Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730544
01/15/20 10:46 PM
01/15/20 10:46 PM
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Iowa
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Iowa
Iowa isn't too bad

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730550
01/15/20 10:54 PM
01/15/20 10:54 PM
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M.T.V. Alaska
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M.T.V. Alaska
Here beaver and muskrat are open year round. Everything else is Nov 10 to March 31

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730561
01/15/20 11:03 PM
01/15/20 11:03 PM
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N.E. Nebr
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Nebraska has few restrictions. That being said, there is a season on grinners and skunks. LOL

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730564
01/15/20 11:04 PM
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Three Lakes,WI 69
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Three Lakes,WI 69
Not WI

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730583
01/15/20 11:23 PM
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mn north of blakely
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mn north of blakely
If it's quality marketable fur I'd say the Dakotas, Montana and Wyoming in no particular order. Texas as well.

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730587
01/15/20 11:27 PM
01/15/20 11:27 PM
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Firth, Nebraska
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I like it here, pretty open regs.
Jim


Money cannot buy you happiness, but it can buy you a trapping license and that's pretty close.
Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730588
01/15/20 11:27 PM
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Asheville, NC
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Asheville, NC
No snare in N.C. except for beaver. Fox laws are by county and favor hound hunters. Some counties not open until after deer season.

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730722
01/16/20 12:57 AM
01/16/20 12:57 AM
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Wisconsin
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ND comes to mind.


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Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730732
01/16/20 01:04 AM
01/16/20 01:04 AM
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Alaska and Washington State
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Alaska and Washington State
Alaska, Idaho, Wyoming. There may also be other States with favorable trapping laws, but these are the States with good trapping laws that I would consider trapping for fur.


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Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730820
01/16/20 07:41 AM
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potter co. p.a.
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i'm ok with PA and NY opportunities.









Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: 330-Trapper] #6730863
01/16/20 08:34 AM
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Originally Posted by 330-Trapper
Originally Posted by Law Dog
SD is pretty easy on the regulations here most predators donít even have a season.

My wifey and I would move to SD in 5 min. If we won Powerball.



Get away from Sewer Falls and this is a pretty decent state and land is easy to get on. But you may need that powerball to pay the bills. If you arent farming/ranching, you wont make much money doing most things. But ya our regs are pretty relaxed here.

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730865
01/16/20 08:35 AM
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Lakeland, Louisiana
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About the only law we have in Louisiana is no traps with teeth.

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6730926
01/16/20 09:32 AM
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western Oklahoma
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Not Oklahoma! Unless you are a NWCO there's no bodygrips, no snares, no four coils, plus 24 hour check and you get to post signs to let the whole world know what you're doing!

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6731061
01/16/20 11:47 AM
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Wisconsin
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WOW and I thought we here In WI had It bad.


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Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6731155
01/16/20 01:19 PM
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N.W. Iowa
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Wyoming, no license for fox , coyote, coon,
No stupid deer stops either!!!!!!!!
3 day check is real nice

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6731162
01/16/20 01:23 PM
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Many folks donít know how restricted they really are compared to other places but each State have itís own group of head scratching rules.


Was born in a Big City Will die in the Country OK with that!

Jerry Herbst
Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: jabNE] #6731169
01/16/20 01:29 PM
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Nebraska
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Originally Posted by LDW
Nebraska has few restrictions. That being said, there is a season on grinners and skunks. LOL

Originally Posted by jabNE
I like it here, pretty open regs.
Jim

And the 24 hour check...

Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6731206
01/16/20 02:18 PM
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Chambers, NE
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I don't have issues with Nebraska other than maybe adding a one otter a season of more for Nebraskans.
When attending SD convention it sounds like their's are even less restrictive.


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Re: Best state for trapping laws [Re: Trapper Alex] #6731217
01/16/20 02:33 PM
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NE
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Don't forget about that awesome restriction about can't use other parts from animals for a visual attractor within 30 yards from a set. So no t-bone sets or feathers for flagging cats.

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