Montgomery Furs - Books - Snare Books
Instructional book for trappers on the art of building dead-falls from logs, boards and rocks, and making snares and toss poles, for catching all types of fur-bearers. 50 line drawings.
$7.00 / each
This is the state of the art of snaring book today! Instructions are detailed on making a variety of specialized snares, and chapters include high productions methods to catch coyotes, foxes, coons and beaver. Crammed full of those little hints and tips that make for faster and more proficient snaring. An advanced course in making and using snares. This book is worth its weight in gold wherever snaring is allowed. 60 pages.
$12.00 / each
By Larry (Slim) Pedersen. Covers what a snare is, how to use it, when to use it and where to use it, and snaring the different critters bobcat, beaver, raccoon, fox, and coyote. Also includes building breakaway devices.
$14.95 / each
A snare book that is so complete and tandable that anyone using these methods should take fur with ease. These methods work 365 days a year, in rain, snow and below freezing weather. Learn to handle and deal with any snare problems. Shows how to snare in deer trails without catching deer. Tells how to set snares without catching rabbits, house cats, and other trash animals. Describes how to snare off of seldom-used country roads, explains land and water sets or over six different kinds of fur animals. Shows how to prepare locations and how to make your own trials.
$10.00 / each
By Lonnie Huber. Contains 40 pages of detailed information on snaring. Lots of pictures.
$7.95 / each
Written, edited and published by Raymond Thompson, this book details his experience and knowledge of snaring. These seventy pages, with many illustrations, describe what equipment to use and how to use it. Also includes information regarding habits of animals, sets to use and how to set snares. Read about the history of Thompson Snares and how steel wire came into use in the snaring industry.
$14.95 / each
By Hal Sullivan 21 st Century snaring techniques. The snare is probably one of the oldest remote capture devices used by man. This book will deal with lethal and non lethal snaring methods. Generally, the emphasis will be shifted toward nonlethal techniques in deference to trappers who operate in more settled areas where domestic animals may be encountered.
$11.95 / each
By Bernie Barringer. Contains 102 pages of updated and expanded snaring information. Extensive information on snares, snare components and snaring raccoon, fox, beaver and mink. How to approach everyday problems the snareman faces. Just the section on mink snaring frozen marshes are worth the price you pay for the book.
$12.00 / each
By Rollison and Thompson.
$5.00 / each