Preliminary List of 2017 Convention Demo Presenters

NCTA 2017 State Convention

46th Annual Trappers Rendezvous

Johnston County Livestock Auction Arena

526 County Home Road

Smithfield, North Carolina 27577

 

 

 Ever wonder how to trap? Want to improve your trapping skills? Want to learn how to target certain species? Well how would you like to learn from the pro’s?

The NCTA will host their 2017 state convention September 29th and 30th from 8:00 am till 5:00 pm both days with a buffet feast Friday night. The NCTA is a family oriented organization so bring your family for fun and a good time.

For more and updated information visit the NCTA web site nctrapper.org and their talk forum http://nctrapper.proboards.com

This year’s dynamite line up will demonstrate different trapping techniques for different species of furbearers. If you want the best of the best to personally teach you, this is as good as it gets and all demos are free. One video from one of these trapping pros would cost you 30.00 plus. That is around 250.00 dollars’ worth of trapping instructions for free.

 

Mark June, He has a degree in Biology and has put that knowledge and his experience in the field to work on the trap line. Mark has trapped from the east coast to the west and has caught coyotes and bobcats in numbers most trappers can’t even dream about. Mark makes and sells his line of lures and other trapping supplies. Mark now teaches a predator course in Texas on several ranches. Check out his website.   https://www.markjuneslures.com

Rusty Johnson is a Georgia boy who has made a business out of trapping with two thoughts in mind. One was to be successful at what he was doing and the other was to share his knowledge with others. Rusty has made videos showing trapping tricks that took him years to perfect. Rusty makes his predator lures and baits and several years ago he starting sharing those with the public. Rusty’s web site is http://rustyjohnsonspredatorlures.com

 

Tara Roach is the editor of one of the best trapping magazine in the country, the Trappers World. Tera was just a young girl when her dad took her trapping, and she loved it. More than that she became a top of the line trapper and an expert in fox trapping. Tera and her dad, Tom made an extremely informative video on fox trapping call “Red Fox Frenzy”.

 

Scott Painter, owner of Blue Ridge Outdoor Supplies has a full line of trapping supplies and firearms. Scott has Videos on fox, coyotes, and bobcats. Scott shares his knowledge and skills on trapping in a way that’s just easy to learn how to do it right. Scott’s web site is: https://blueridgeoutdoorsupplies.com

 

Kendall Obermier, Owner of “No BS Lures” started trapping and exploded from there. Kendall took his love for trapping and made a living out of it. Kendall started making his own line of lures, videos and his own line of traps. When you catch furbearer in the numbers like Kendall does you need to pay attention to what he is doing and what he is using.  His No Bs K9 Extreme lines of traps are selling nationwide as fast as they can be made. These dogless traps are built like a tank. Check out Kendall’s web site: http://www.nobslures.com

 

Dick Atkins has only been trapping for 66 years. In that short time he has trapped for Muskrats, weasels, raccoon, beaver, fox, otter, bobcats, mink, and Pine Martin. Dick has shared his knowledge with thousands of folks while doing trapping demo’s at the PA, NY, IA conventions and also the Nation Trappers Association and the Fur Takers conventions.  Dick specializes in mink trapping and has been doing mink demos at the famous “Minktoberfest”. Dick has written a book “Eastern Fox Trapping” and made a video called “Fox Trapping, 50 years on the line”. Stop by Dick’s booth and check him out.

 

Newt Sterling, owner of Snareone trapping supplies. Newt is one of a kind. He lives in a state where foothold and bodygrip traps are illegal to even own. Because of his love for trapping and expert skills, Newt didn’t just pack up and leave New Jersery he changed some trapping laws to allow snaring. Newt has become so skilled with snares he was hired by the state to snare predators off of nesting islands. Ever snared a mink, well there ain’t many folks that have. Here in NC we can snare beaver and Newt will show us how to stack them up with cable. Newt can be reached at: http://www.snareone.com

 

 

Armon Waters and Matthew Roberts, will be our first trapping team to do a demo. These two home grown boys catch more fur in a day than a lot of trappers catch all year long. In the past 4 seasons combined Armon and Matthew caught over 1000 canines and bobcats. Matt runs a mix of flat sets and dirtholes, while Armon makes almost all flat sets. These two hard working trappers do more than just getting the job done. These two just hammer it in and keep on going. Both working full time jobs, trap like it’s a full time job, and then put up their own fur, they catch up on their sleep in April. If you have never trapped with a partner then these two’s demo will be a must see.

 

Prune Winspear, Prune is a trapper education instructor and is excellent at teaching the proper way to put your fur up. From how to care for your fur when caught, to the first and last cut, to the beam and stretcher and on to the market. Prunes fur demos are worth the drive alone and well worth the money, they are free also. With tens of thousands of fur put up by Prune and over 40 years of professional fur processing even experienced trappers will learn new and better ways to care for and display their fur.

Fur processing demo’s will be both days covering just about all of the furbearers in NC. Ask all the questions you want Prune knows all the answers

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