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Re: Coyote Prices [Re: M.S. Pickins] #7414088
11/24/21 11:29 PM
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The story with the 21-22 Season joke is;

What does a coyote say;
ruff - ruff
Now it is going to be;
rough, rough

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: red mt] #7414092
11/24/21 11:33 PM
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Originally Posted by red mt
FHA will tell the story in the end this year [Linked Image]
That's the grade gents nothing other than these will make the grade imo

Those are some dandy looking pelts, similar in look to the clear pale arctic wolves.

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: M.S. Pickins] #7414108
11/25/21 12:14 AM
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It's going to be a rough year for those wishing to make big dollars, though one might get by if they find a few alternate buyers who don't really look at pelts in the same vein as the large buyers do.

Much the same as buying a rifle or shot gun, instead of doing the buying your doing the selling !


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Sorry if my opinions or replies offend you, they are not meant to !

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: crosspatch] #7414431
11/25/21 11:18 AM
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Originally Posted by crosspatch
Originally Posted by MJM
I spoke to a buyer that I worked in a fur room with, and he said that the grade would be much harder than it has been, color and texture were going to matter. He said there was a demand for good color heavy coyotes. He said they have all the semi's and brown course they want. The main man pushing the coyote market, has 200,000 tanned and only wants the best at this time. What most people don't under stand is no matter who bought the coyotes in the US or Canada the most ended up in the same place and he is backing off on the lower end. Canada Goose has been a nonplayer for a couple years. From what I have seen of them most the SD coyotes will not make the heavy grade this year.


Who/what company is the "main man" pushing the yote market?


TTT - who is the "main man"? GFW?

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: beaverpeeler] #7414446
11/25/21 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by beaverpeeler
I want to hear more about when the big money is rolling in…..we are talking wild fur right?




I was told there would be obscene profits.

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: Marty B] #7414463
11/25/21 12:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Marty B
Originally Posted by beaverpeeler
I want to hear more about when the big money is rolling in…..we are talking wild fur right?




I was told there would be obscene profits.


Not for trappers you didnt.
Even in the best years trappers dont make nearly the profit markup that manufacturers and retailers do.

If you have been in the trapping game long enough you know the fluctuations are cyclical.Why you need good tax accounting to carry you over the lean years and minimize your tax liability in the boom years and all the in between.

There is a lot of time and effort that needs to be spent to maintain a trapline and protect your investments so you are not playing catch up when fur prices spike.By neglecting your annual line matenance you are kicking necessary work down the road that becomes overwhelming after a few years.

A developed and maintained trapline is a valuable asset to be protected if you want to get anything for it when you retire.-Just like any other buisness.

Last edited by Boco; 11/25/21 12:03 PM.
Re: Coyote Prices [Re: M.S. Pickins] #7414487
11/25/21 12:31 PM
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I don't believe many coyote trappers are going to sell their well maintained lines when they retire in America. I could be wrong?


Who is John Galt?
Re: Coyote Prices [Re: M.S. Pickins] #7414527
11/25/21 01:20 PM
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all my coyotes are "certified and traceable" i am expecting averages well over 150 grin

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: wallfur] #7414540
11/25/21 01:42 PM
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Originally Posted by wallfur
all my coyotes are "certified and traceable" i am expecting averages well over 150 grin



In today's market, it's all about the decimal point.






Re: Coyote Prices [Re: Monster Toms] #7414564
11/25/21 02:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Monster Toms
Originally Posted by wallfur
all my coyotes are "certified and traceable" i am expecting averages well over 150 grin



In today's market, it's all about the decimal point.
......haha i left that out on purpose! that post was for boco nonsense rhetoric over the last 3 or 4 years

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Re: Coyote Prices [Re: M.S. Pickins] #7414641
11/25/21 04:27 PM
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Very important the C+T to the modern consumer.
Look what happened to your coyote market when Goose couldnt get trappers to sign on.
You guys sure screwed yourself on that deal.

FHA is all in with FURMARK.Check their website you will find out how critical C+T is to the industry.

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: Dirt] #7414642
11/25/21 04:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Dirt
I don't believe many coyote trappers are going to sell their well maintained lines when they retire in America. I could be wrong?


Not good to be a one trick pony if your in the game long term.

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: Boco] #7414700
11/25/21 06:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Boco
Very important the C+T to the modern consumer.
Look what happened to your coyote market when Goose couldnt get trappers to sign on.
You guys sure screwed yourself on that deal.

FHA is all in with FURMARK.Check their website you will find out how critical C+T is to the industry.



Stick to your beaver bud.

Whole heck of a lot more going on right now than Canada gooses stupid feel good program not gaining traction.

But keep telling yourself that’s “the problem”.

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: M.S. Pickins] #7414706
11/25/21 06:09 PM
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Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)
Re: Coyote Prices [Re: M.S. Pickins] #7414717
11/25/21 06:21 PM
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Boco has the answer to every pwobwem in America. You can bank on it. You just need good accounting and maintenance so you can sell your line for a profit.

Last edited by Gary Benson; 11/25/21 06:22 PM.

I know I'm paranoid......but am I paranoid ENOUGH???
Re: Coyote Prices [Re: Gary Benson] #7414723
11/25/21 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Gary Benson
Boco has the answer to every pwobwem in America. You can bank on it. You just need good accounting and maintenance so you can sell your line for a profit.


Wasn't the value of his line the carryover losses? Not profits. confused


Who is John Galt?
Re: Coyote Prices [Re: M.S. Pickins] #7414724
11/25/21 06:31 PM
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Obscene profit, lol, correct.

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: M.S. Pickins] #7414735
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Re: Coyote Prices [Re: Boone Liane] #7414736
11/25/21 06:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Boone Liane
Originally Posted by Boco
Very important the C+T to the modern consumer.
Look what happened to your coyote market when Goose couldnt get trappers to sign on.
You guys sure screwed yourself on that deal.

FHA is all in with FURMARK.Check their website you will find out how critical C+T is to the industry.



Stick to your beaver bud.

Whole heck of a lot more going on right now than Canada gooses stupid feel good program not gaining traction.

But keep telling yourself that’s “the problem”.


Hope you do good on your coyotes.
Beaver and marten here.

Re: Coyote Prices [Re: M.S. Pickins] #7414745
11/25/21 07:09 PM
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Boco,

How does selling the fur line work? Like transferring a lease or permit with years remaining? And, not to get personal, but what is the range of value? Generally.

I am curious how it works.


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