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Discussion in 'Trapping/Furbearing' started by Timo, Feb 3, 2018.
Great catch for the year!
Momma need a new fur coat!
Very impressive and a lot of work/hours on the side of that barn. Congrats!
If more people would buy Momma a fur coat these hides would be more valueable. In the 80's he would of had a very good winter salary. Not so much now.
Everybody needs a barn like that every year!
Nicely done, that's a lot of dead yotes.
your furs looked very nice, great job handling them and cleaning them up. where do you plan on selling them?
We have a local buyer near here. Peterman fur.
Awesome ! Timo you cut them off to the south and I'll cut them off to the north we may keep Warsaw critter free !
let us know your prices from peterman
Very impressive. You obviously know a thing or two about catching critters. Cool photo.
For the first time in years I saw a young lady wearing an actual fur coat. She was in her early 20's so things are looking up for the business. By the way....it looked great on her. Hopefully the trend continues.
if winters keep up like this maybe they will make a comeback.
You would think that with fur prices as down as they are that pricing on fur and leather coats, jackets, etc. would be dropping but I'm not seeing it. The leather coat/heavy jacket I bought a couple of years ago is the warmest coat I've got other than my cold weather hunting coat and cost about 2X's more.
Seriously curious, what trapped animals do they use for leather coats? Or you just talkin about fur coats?
Go back and read the post, it says "fur and leather coats".
I don't think I've ever seen a leather coat/jacket with coyote, bobcat, or beaver trim, have you?
Why cant you just answer a question??
So youre talking about leather jackets with fur trim??
So if the yote research hold true, next year you should catch no less than 70% of what you caught this year.