My name is Art Stone, I am 54 years old, married with three children, two grandchildren. Worked at GE Aircraft Engines for the past 27 years. I used to trap a little years ago, and just decided to start again. I live in Dawson Spring, Ky and am a member of united Trappers of Kentucky and of Furtakers of America.
My name is Mark Murphy & I live in Harrodsburg Ky.I'm 34 years old & have been married for almost 13 years.I have 2 children 1 boy Jacob(7) & 1 girl Emily(3).I trapped a little in high school & am starting back this season.Most of my uncles & my grandfather did alot of water trapping(coons,mink& rats),I'm more into dirt....& hope to make the world a better place for all the smallgame animals by catching the heck out of coyotes.....LOL.....
Hello all,my name is Greg Conrad.And I live in NE Indiana,I have been hunting and fishing For as long as I can remember,been trapping for the last 5 years.Been married to my wife Tracey for 16yrs,and we have 3 children.Cody is 15,Kelsey is 15,and Kaylie is 11.The oldest and youngest are my hunting and trapping partneers,Kelsey loves everything outdoors as long as it doesnt involve her killing it,and I respect that.
Hello, Just registered.. For those that don't know me- I am Daniel Lowe, I am 15 years old and live here in southern Indiana.I have probably met most of you as I have attened most of the UTK conventions along with my family.....As far as what I like to do...I like about anything that has to do with the outdoors...Hunting, Trapping, Fishing, Calling, paintballing, mushrooming, and just about anything else like that! Well, that about sums it up for me...I look forward to talking with you guys on here often.
hi my name is wayne warren, i live in lexington ky central ky, i have trapped most of my life, i'm 64 years young.love the outdoors, and love this seit.i am retired and now have time to tyrap full time, thanks .
Hi, My name is Sammy. I am 62, a retired vo. ag. teacher(33 yrs). I am married with 3 daughters and 4 grandchildren. I just started trapping this past August. I trap and snare coyotes (try) for a rancher neighbor This next year I am going to trap fox, bobcats, and coons long with the coyotes. Being a beginner trapper I will probably have a lot of questions for you more experienced trappers
:::new member::: my name is steve,im 27 years old and i live in morehead ky,rowan county.recently moved here from columbus ohio.i done some trapping when i was very young with a uncle who lives in ohio ,now that im in kentucky i cant go along with him much more.a few years ago i got back into trapping,if anyone lives anywere near rowan county id like to maybe go out on the line with a older ,wiser trapper, and learn a few things .thanks.
my name is jeff wright from rockcastle co. i am 14 and this will be my second year trapping. i trap with my friend donald. i got him into trapping i hunt and fish but now i thing i like trapping just as much or more than eather one of them
My name is Benny Epling from Pike Co, I am 60 years old. Married with one son, 2 grandchildren. Got into trapping by necessity I guess trying to catch what was killing my chickens, now I love to trap better than I liked the Chickens. lol I am a member of UTK and NTA, thanks to Phil.
Hi, my name is Don Wolf, I live in Evansville Ind.. I am 61 yrs. old and have trapped since I was 8. I am a root and fur buyer in Indiana and have been since 1975. I am also a tool and die maker and work the summer months in a Tool and Die shop. I also trap a fairly good size trapline before opening my fur bussiness in the afternoon. I also dig a lot of Ginseng in the fall. Also like to fish the Ohio river for stripers. I am married have 2 sons and have been married for 41 yrs.
My name is Steve Stucky I'm 43 years old. I live in Lexington. I grew up in rural Ohio and started trapping at 13 and quit when I was 18 because of school/job etc. For the past couple years I've been thinking about getting back into it, as much for me but more for my 13 year old son. I was in Ohio visiting family and went to the Ohio State Trappers convention. That was all it took to get the fever back. I bought traps and supplies without even having a place to use them (remember I live in the city.) The next Monday I went out looking for places to trap. I saw some people out, I asked, they gave me names, I found them, and in 3 visits I got 3 farms to trap coyotes and muskrats and only 12 miles from my house. GOD is good! I can hardly keep my mind on work thinking about all the things I need to do to prepare for the season in 7 weeks 1 day and 18 hours.