october, 2018

29oct6:00 pm9:00 pmTrapping Class


Event Details

Trapping is and always has been a very effective and efficient way of getting food. You find a trail, you set your traps, and you go about your day. When you get back you’ve got food. Okay, it’s not quite that easy, but you get the idea. Since many thousands of years ago cultures all over the world have used traps to acquire food and fur. From the 2 spring leg hold trap, or cable snare to the arapuca bird trap or the twitch up spring snare. Whether by modern methods or primitive, trapping seems to be the way to go.
In this workshop we will discuss modern and primitive traps. We will handle and discuss a modern cable snare, and conibear trap. We will make a squirrel pole, and a paiute dead fall. we will discuss some animal behavior and where to set your traps. This will be a great introduction to the world of trapping.
Monday October 29 6pm-9pm
Location TBD in the twin cities


(Monday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


North Winds Wilderness School

Old 35 Siren, WI