Trapping for income
I am not extremely new to trapping and understand most trapping is recreational and pays very little. However It seems to me there can be a few exeptions. It seems martin in alaska have been escalating in prices and I see a it as a possible option to trap them for income in southeast. I make my main income in the summer and always am forced to work odd low income jobs in the winter. In your opinion, if I went beyond the recreational trapping level and set "real" traplines in productive areas, do you expert trappers see the possibility of trapping 600$ weekly in pelts. I Know there is alot more to account for but I am just doing general opinions. Forgive my late responce as I have little accsees to internet.
if you are in the right spot. Must take into account all the equipment, gas, etc.
northway beat to it. Sure it's very feasable to catch $600.00 a week in fur. It's making the proffit you need to worry about.