NUEVA GENERACIÓN DE TRAMPAS

Sábado, 7 junio 2014 by Albert Roura

NUEVA GENERACIÓN DE TRAMPAS

Nos encontramos ante un escenario apasionante en los meses venideros, donde el ingenio de los inventores de trampas no hace más que agudizarse para adaptarse a las exigencias de los acuerdos internacionales de captura no cruel. Éstos, cada vez más extendidos, son respetados por más países, sobretodo en Europa y Rusia. Alemania viene de pasar […]

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FUR TRADE HISTORY IN NEW ZELAND

Martes, 6 mayo 2014 by Albert Roura

FUR TRADE HISTORY IN NEW ZELAND

The history of fur trade of new Zealand. In the late 1800 and early 1900 the new Zealand government had a brilliant idea the set free a few fur bearing animals because, the landscape of new Zealand at that time was mainly birds. They decided that the animals that they would release would be rabbits, […]

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HISTORICAL TRAPPING BOOKS

Sábado, 28 diciembre 2013 by Albert Roura

HISTORICAL TRAPPING BOOKS

The_Amateurs_Guide_To_Trapping_Snaring_and_Netting_1917 iabrahamtrappers00abra

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PATIENCE PAYS OFF

Lunes, 16 septiembre 2013 by Albert Roura

PATIENCE PAYS OFF

by John Bankston (Trapper Banks) Pouring my morning coffee into my thermos, I wondered if today would be the day to see ‘Him’.  Yesterdays morning check yielded a nice set of tracks that visited every set along the clearing I made through the high dead brush.  You could clearly see the prints in the snow travelling first […]

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CANADA, LA HISTORIA PERDURA…

Miércoles, 10 julio 2013 by Albert Roura

CANADA, LA HISTORIA PERDURA…

Mucho antes de la llegada de los europeos al Nuevo Continente, las poblaciones autóctonas de lo que hoy conocemos como la nación de Canadá, ya utilizaban trampas como método para capturar a los animales que utilizaban para su sustento y vestimenta. Al principio de la época colonial, el comercio de pieles atrajo a muchos exploradores […]

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SLED DOGS AS TRAPLINE TRANSPORTATION

Miércoles, 10 julio 2013 by Albert Roura

SLED DOGS AS TRAPLINE TRANSPORTATION

The vision of the Northern trapline most often includes a team of sled dogs for transportation.  But in modern Alaska, the dog team for trapline work is no longer common.  Dog-mushing is more often recreation and very business-oriented competition.  Yet, across Alaska, there are still trappers who drive dogs on their traplines. Keeping a dogteam […]

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TRAPPING MEMORIES

Miércoles, 10 julio 2013 by Albert Roura

TRAPPING MEMORIES

The wind was howling outside the widow like a frozen banshee, and the snow swirled like a thick white mantle across the landscape.  As I looked out the windows I sighed deeply. “What’s wrong Daddy” my youngest daughter Charly asked.  “Oh, just all this snow and ice means I won’t be out trapping for awhile” […]

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