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Rich and Sandi are in Saskatchewan trapping skunks with Ryan Demchynski.
Rich and Sandi trap muskrat in Northwest Alberta using the new HAGz spring clip.
Rich and Sandi set up and trap a beaver dam cross over for a season.
Rich and Sandi target an exploding mink population on their line.
Rich and Sandi continue trapping fisher and marten on the Alberta trapline.
Rich and Sandi trap lynx on their line in Northwest Alberta.
Rich is trapping farmland coyotes using the power ram. He shows best practices and techniques for this lethal system.
Rich and Sandi pursue last water muskrats using specialty brackets.
Its November and Rich and Sandi work hard to get the line set up and producing.
Rich and Sandi start the long process of opening the lynx line of snare pens.
Otter population numbers are skyrocketing, and with the high water, new set options are available.
Rich and Sandi travel to Saskatchewan to trap with Mark Monesbroten a legally blind trapper.
Ice season beaver is when the hides are the most prime. But there is nothing easy about trapping through the ice. Rich and Sandi target the lodge entrances for winter beaver.
The short-tailed weasel populations are high again this year and Rich and Sandi battle to try and keep them under control.
Another great season for trapping mink on the line. Rich and Sandi hit all the classic spots.
Back out in the rat marshes Rich and Sandi run into an unusual situation and have to adept to keep the season going.
Out on the registered trap line, the fisher population is as strong as ever and Rich and Sandi highlight some of the season catch.
Rich continues with otter season. The population is high and the opportunities are endless.
Rich and Sandi chat about what is coming up in the new season and then get out on the marten and fisher line.
Rich and Sandi battle huge winds on the lake to get the traps pulled before a major storm.
Rich and Sandi have 6-year-old grandson Nathaniel out on the trapline with them.
Rich and Sandi are battling unseasonable temperatures setting up the fisher and marten line. Rich shares a new recipe for marten lure.
Rich sets up the coyote bait with help from granddaughter Amy and starts the winter's snaring program.
Rich and Sandi welcome their draw winners Brent and Angie House of Manitoba to the trapline. Part 1 of 2.
Draw winners from Manitoba, Brent and Angie, join Rich and Sandi on the trapline. Part 2 of 2.
Rich and Sandi discover a living off the land goldmine and then its marten, mink and fisher trapping.
Rich and Sandi start filling the new coop with ducks and chickens and then marten, fisher and mink out on the trapline.
Rich and Sandi have a 30 hour window of warmer weather to get the line checked.
Rich and Sandi have just 30 hours to make a trapline check in between extreme weather.
Rich and Sandi struggle with Mother Nature to get the marten and fisher line set up.
Rich and Sandi continue to set up the marten and fisher line and show the conclusion to the broiler chicken project.
Rich is setting up the lynx line. He also shows how when and why he turns long haired fur.
Rich and Sandi are visited out on the trapline by their grandson Nathaniel.
Rich and Sandi host the successful auction bidders, who bought a Trapping Inc trip on the line, at the Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta fundraiser.
Rich snares coyotes on his home quarter in northern Alberta.
Rich talks about his hip surgery and then it’s time for a line check.
Rich and Sandi are joined by two guests for a January trapline check.
Rich talks about the fur auction and the good news on prices. Then there is an update on the funny farm and then a beautiful sunny winter line check.
Rich and Sandi talk about the wild fire on the line and show the devastation caused.
It's wood day out on the trapline, and Rich and Sandi put some of the newly fire killed trees to good use. Then it’s off to check lynx and otter traps from last winter.