Intro survival trapping Oregon
TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19

Intro Survival Trapping – Oregon

learn to make and set primitive survival snares and deadfall traps

Survival trapping animals, insects, birds, and fish have been a mainstay for humankind's survival for millennium.

DETAILS

Intro Survival Trapping - Oregon

Two Days - Nov 21 -22, 2020~CLOSED DUE TO COVID - 19
Tuition $199.00 per person
Location: Camp Baker, Florence Oregon

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PROGRAM

Emphasis is on building a strong foundation in the ‘art of primitive survival trapping’ lecture and field study.

Snares

Snares are traps that use a slip-knot, or noose made from plant fiber or wire, that when tripped tightens around the animal's neck and chokes it quickly.

Deadfalls

Deadfalls are traps that use a heavy weight like rocks or logs to crush the animal.

You will be learning how to make and set primitive traps for survival purposes only.

We do not trap animals on this course.

The Hunt

Traps can kill indiscriminately. We have a responsibility to domestic animals and wildlife. When practicing with traps, do not leave set traps unattended. It's your responsibility to understand and follow all local, state, and federal game trapping laws.

Intro Survival Trapping - Oregon

Registration Information: Driving directions, gear list specific to your course is provided with registration packet.

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Date

Jul 03 2020
Expired!

Cost

$199

Location

Camp Baker, Florence, OR