January 31, 2015 will pick up at the NHTA FUR AUCTION at the Belknap County Sportsmen's Association 182 Lily Pond Road in Gilford. (Absolutely no fur until after the auction)
Pick Up Dates Time Date Irving station 8:30 January 17, 2015 104 East April 18, 2015 New Hampton exit off 93
Everett Arena 9:30 - 10:00 Concord
Harris Isley 11:00 - 11:30 Weare, NH
N.H.T.A. Spring Meeting: All Day All Trappers please be present. Bring all paperwork from N.A.F.A. Please have count on all fur (keep Otter separate) Trappers must have their Trappers License # with them
Ship furs to: North American Fur Auctions C/O Dwight Pennell 160 Mountain Road Tuftonboro, NH 03816 Phone (603) 539-7954 ** Please call before dropping off fur **
2015 Fur Auction Saturday January 31, 2015 Doors open at 7 am auction starts at 9 am Location: Belknap County Sportsmen's Club 182 Lily Pond Road, Gilford, NH
2015 Banquet Saturday, February 21, 2015 Location: Alan's of Boscawen Tickets: $35.00 each For tickets please call Larry Torr at (603) 781-0339 Get your tickets now before they sell out!
NEW HAMPSHIRE TRAPPERS ASSOCIATION
The members of the New Hampshire Trappers Association, being duly grateful for the rich legacy of wildlife bequeathed by our predecessors, associate ourselves for the following purposes, and in support of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's mission, as it exists. We shall promote trapping of wildlife in the State of New Hampshire consistent with the Fish and Game Department's management plans and laws, as they exist. We shall promote sound conservation, legislation, and administrative procedures. We shall save and faithfully defend from waste the natural resources of the State of New Hampshire. We shall promote sound environmental education programs. We shall promote a continued annual fur harvest using the best management tools presently available for that purpose. We agree to comply and support the membership mission of the New Hampshire Trappers Association
The New Hampshire Trappers Association welcomes all who wander onto the porch of our website to visit and browse around. Perhaps you will find a piece of your past which still has significant value for you, or maybe you shall gain a better understanding and appreciation for a craft which was a cornerstone in the development of this nation and continues to find relevance in our modern world. Join us as we uncover and study the history of our past, and mentor the practices of our future. Use the website contact link to provide useful information you are willing to share to enhance this effort. NHTA will continue to maintain the dialog and be a willing partner for all who are truly concerned with the stewardship of our states furbearer species and their habitat. We shall always remain an advocate for trapping as a cost effective and humane means to manage the furbearer populations within our state.
Should anyone who visits our webiste have old magazine, newspaper articles, pictures, or an interesting story to tell about trapping, we would sure like you to share that with us so that we can add it to our website. Please go to the Contact NHTA link and let us know what you have.