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Question about NTA #8122287
04/15/24 03:05 PM
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Jingles Offline OP
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Thinking of joining NTA utilizing the Senior Lifetime membership, however have noticed several threads about them have sounded pretty negative so to avoid a brouhaha please let me know if worth the expense even via PM
Thanks In Advance for your replies


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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122295
04/15/24 03:21 PM
04/15/24 03:21 PM
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Goldsboro, North Carolina
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Keep it to Private Messages. I'd hate to see more folks get kicked out of the NTA for expressing something negative about them on here.



Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122319
04/15/24 04:27 PM
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Join your state association.


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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122320
04/15/24 04:32 PM
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Agree, join your state association and/or a few surrounding state associations.


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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122337
04/15/24 05:01 PM
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Some people like the NTA and some don't. I'd just reread those peeing match threads you referenced because nobody has changed their mind.

Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122352
04/15/24 05:29 PM
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Paul’s comment will tell you what you need…….

Re: Question about NTA [Re: trapdog1] #8122443
04/15/24 08:06 PM
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Originally Posted by trapdog1
Some people like the NTA and some don't. I'd just reread those peeing match threads you referenced because nobody has changed their mind.


Those threads have all been deleted so he can't reread them.


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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122446
04/15/24 08:12 PM
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we need the nta, and the fta, but we need strong state memberships more than anything else. we need people that want to get active. and help raise money for their state association, we are going to need money to fight with,

Re: Question about NTA [Re: yotetrapper30] #8122470
04/15/24 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by yotetrapper30
Originally Posted by trapdog1
Some people like the NTA and some don't. I'd just reread those peeing match threads you referenced because nobody has changed their mind.


Those threads have all been deleted so he can't reread them.

Good point! I withdraw the suggestion. grin

Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122482
04/15/24 09:10 PM
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Already member of WSTA was considering NTA and/ or ITA. Just don't want to join or be apart of another Good Ole Boys Club where not really welcome where new members suggestions are basically ignored

Last edited by Jingles; 04/15/24 09:11 PM.

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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122609
04/16/24 07:30 AM
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Alabama (Bama for short) 108 y...
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How many states did they save trapping in/ how many states lost their rights or got severely restricted in the past 60 years while they have been 'fighting for our rights'. It's that simple.

Last edited by Jtrapper; 04/16/24 07:30 AM.

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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122665
04/16/24 09:23 AM
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fta...

Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122701
04/16/24 10:11 AM
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Northern Maine
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Join both nta and your state trappers associations.


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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122707
04/16/24 10:18 AM
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Paul Dobbins does a nice job of dropping tiny bread crumbs to follow. Try not to twist an ankle on one of them. whistle


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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jtrapper] #8122841
04/16/24 03:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Jtrapper
How many states did they save trapping in/ how many states lost their rights or got severely restricted in the past 60 years while they have been 'fighting for our rights'. It's that simple.


The NTA helped fight the Idaho wolf trapping law suit. Just renewed my membership for the NTA and FTA.

Re: Question about NTA [Re: Trapper Dahlgren] #8122874
04/16/24 04:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Trapper Dahlgren
we need the nta, and the fta, but we need strong state memberships more than anything else. we need people that want to get active. and help raise money for their state association, we are going to need money to fight with,



There are other conservation organizations, which carry more political clout, that embrace trapping ideals that also need our financial support as well ... Sportsman's Alliance, F4WM, the new one in Colorado ...... to name a few.


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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122900
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Scott is right, in fact the Sportsman Alliance had a great trapping article in its magazine in the last issue....great to see!

Re: Question about NTA [Re: MChewk] #8122909
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Originally Posted by MChewk
Scott is right, in fact the Sportsman Alliance had a great trapping article in its magazine in the last issue....great to see!



ABSOLUTELY!!!


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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jtrapper] #8122946
04/16/24 05:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Jtrapper
How many states did they save trapping in/ how many states lost their rights or got severely restricted in the past 60 years while they have been 'fighting for our rights'. It's that simple.


You tell us jtrapper. And while you are at it, how many states did other organizations get saved and how many states lost their rights?


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Re: Question about NTA [Re: Jingles] #8122984
04/16/24 06:36 PM
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Jingles, I would suggest joining the FTA. And if and when the NTA can get a rock solid group to lead it, then join the NTA. As was said earlier, the NTA is needed. The current group making the ethical and responsible decisions is not needed.


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