Ketchikan, Alaska (KINY) - The program will include presentations from the ADF&G and ATA on the trapping season, types of traps, and trap sets.
The USDA Forest Service, Alaska Department of Fish & Game, and Alaska Trappers Association are presenting information about trapping and sharing trails in the Ketchikan area at 6 p.m. on Dec. 14 at the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center.
The program will begin with an introduction by staff from the Tongass National Forest, followed by presentations from the ADF&G and ATA on the trapping season, types of traps, and trap sets. Presenters will display the different trap types and talk about how they’re used.
Also as part of the program, a 30-minute video produced by the Alaska Trappers Association titled, Sharing Alaska’s Trails, will be shown. After the video, there will be a short question and answer period about the trapping season and traps.
For more information on the presentation, contact the Ketchikan Misty Fjords Ranger District at 907-228-4139.