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8  Trappers may have unwanted company in the woods this season, thanks to a new pamphlet issued by Earth First. Trappers should be cautious, and know their state and local regulations about trapping and trap interference. The pamphlet is geared toward wolves, but can be adjusted to any furbearer. Read More

In this section of our website, you will find numerous reports and documents pertaining to the operations and structure of the National Trappers Association.

Formerly available only to NTA members, a recent executive decision permitted these documents to be available to the general public.

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8 Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) Loses Charity Rating - Read More

8  O*NET is updating the occupational classification of Hunters and Trappers in a project for the U.S. Department of Labor. NTA has been asked to assist with this initiative.
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