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    I went through all the trapping regulations looking to find out whether there is a requirement for a trapper to mark and/or identify his his traps. I did not find anything in the regs where this was addressed. Is there a requirement? If so, where can I find it? Thanks for the help.

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    Oats if you look under the units there are some areas where you have to tag your traps and snares. The ones that I found are 1-5 and 12 and 20E. Just look at the start of the units and you will find if you have to tag your traps and snares.




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    I went through all the trapping regulations looking to find out whether there is a requirement for a trapper to mark and/or identify his his traps. I did not find anything in the regs where this was addressed. Is there a requirement? If so, where can I find it? Thanks for the help.
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    I know that the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge requires you to tag your traps and you also have to take a class and register.

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    I had that same question. I called the wildlife troopers and they said there is no requirement to mark them where I trap, but like mentioned before, you must mark them in some units.
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