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Want to trap in fall? Complete a safety course now

More than 2,000 finished course in 2012 thanks to expert instructors

3:56 PM, Apr. 16, 2013
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Trapper education courses are under way statewide and open for those needing this required training before doing any trapping this fall, a Department of Natural Resources furbearer ecologist says.

"These courses are popular and can fill up quickly," said Geriann Albers, DNR assistant furbearer ecologist. "The courses are led by volunteer instructors who are experts in trapping. However, not all counties have the trapper courses so it's best to find the course in the county closest to you and sign up now."

Albers says the course is required for those who have not previously held a trapping ...

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