I wanted to talk to you everyone today about muskrat trapping. Here in southwest Pennsylvania we don’t have an over abundance of muskrats. Between our lack of population and a season that runs for around 6 weeks, if you are lucky enough to catch 60 to 70 you have accomplished a great feat. Continue reading →
Here is just a short video about a prime coyote trapping location on a new farm i am scouting in southwest Pennsylvania. Please excuse the quality, I filmed this last second with my phone and I am playing around a editor. I wont to get this out there to hopefully help someone out on their trap line and help narrow the search down when rolling onto new property.
I am writing this on the last day of the 2016 trapping season here in Pa. As I sit here and reflect on all the ups and downs of this past season as well as the triumphs and defeats I experienced. Something keeps sticking out in my mind about a lot of this past season’s catches. The thing that jumps out at me is success rate of sets that were on remakes. Continue reading →
I am putting together a podcast series about why and how there is no post trapping season, its preseason! I know there are others that think this way while others put it on the back burner until the last minute. Excuse me if it seems sporadic at times, I was kind of shot gunning this from the hip while pulling traps on our closing day but wanted to start this while it was fresh in my mind.
I will try and record one of these episodes every week or two to let you know what I am doing this preseason to ensure that i have a better trapping season next year and that i will be ready to hit the ground running on opening day.
If you have any input or would like to share an of your own ideals or ways, feel free to comment below or email me at email@example.com.
By Jason A. Webster
A lot of people think as soon as the snow starts to fly it is time to hang up the raccoon traps. They think the raccoons are all hibernating until spring or somehow they have moved to a warmer climate. I am going to explain to you why this is not the case and help you still put up good coon numbers. Continue reading →
After a long time off we are finally back! I have a lot of great interviews lined up and ton of information to get posted up here. So make sure to spread the word and check back regularly so you do not miss a thing!