I know there is a lot of variance here. Everything from the guy who traps for a living to the average Joe like me who just likes to get out there and experiment with a few traps every once in awhile. I was just curious to see how many traps most set out in a typical winter trapline in Alaska. I got a friend who probably runs a couple hundred traps or more at any given time during the trapping season. Me, I don't have time to run a trapline like that and occasionally if I find an area that looks good I might set out a few traps. I doubt I have ever set more than a dozen traps out at any time. So how about it? How many traps do you have out? Also, it would interesting to know how long your trapline is to compare number of traps to miles of trapline.