yeah, looks like it will become a thing of the past, prices up a bit this year though. Most of my fur was sold this year, still a few pelts left unsold. Its been pretty good snowmobiling inside, but we are getting a lot of rain now, brooks are all gone and lakes getting pretty bad.
hey John, I have watched your videos on youtube over and over, just beautiful. You guys have some of the best snowmobiling around. I have trapped several of those big black coyotes, they seem to be the dominant males. I was up your way four weeks ago, as far as St. Barbe, saw some caribou north of three mile rock, didn't see a coyote but a lot of tracks around the highway. There were many ducks and turr just offshore.I don't think I saw the highway coming back because of drifting. You guys have any trappers up your way.
Cats Arm, is that down around Jacksons Arm by any chance, from what i could tell from my maps is there is a forstry road going in but its not to long of a road. planes and choppers are not readily at my disposal lol
yea thanks for all the help i got an idea what to be looking for but i dont really think im do a lot of hunting with decoys because i usually am partrage or rabbit hunting haha so i might just if i see a few in a pond or something just try and sneak in on them haha
hey john i was looking at few of your photos and seems to me like you does a lot of duck hunting and i was wondering if there is any special things to look for in pond or gully if i wanted to set up for ducks i never really did it before except for on my trip in pei and i wants try and do it with few decoys down here so if there is anything you can tell me to help a bit it would be great thanks
Welcome to the site, John! Glad to have you here, Finally lol. Hope you are enjoying the site and if you have any questions just ask, everyone is very friendly here. Feel free to add your hunting & fishing photos! Cheers, Ed