Post by trapperdave on Aug 14, 2011 14:16:21 GMT -5
I stumbled upon a new shop that sells a large variety of trapping and fishing supplies. Marshey Road Trapline Supplies is in Harrisville just off of Rt. 3. on Marshey Rd. The older gentleman who runs the place is very knowledgeable and had a lot of great stories to share from over 60 years of trapping. The prices were reasonable and I was amazed that he had such a large variety of stuff. If you are in that area it is worth your time to stop. I took his card and his number is 315-543-7106.
Post by swampmaster on Apr 13, 2012 20:12:51 GMT -5
I first met 'Art' last fall when I went to check out what he had, I was very surprised with the varieety of traps and equipment he had and wound up making a good size purchase as his prices are very good! He carries everything you would need on a trapline plus fishing supplies and bait. He is a very knowlegable and very personable, I stopped in today just to get some worms and wound up buying a dozen bridger 150's and stayed and talked for almost 2 hrs. I highly recommend anyone in the area to stop there you will not be disapointed.He is also taking orders now, So if you want or need to get something stop in and place an order. His phone # again is 315-543-7106 ask for Art.
Post by trapperdave on Dec 24, 2012 9:11:45 GMT -5
Stopped back at the Trapline supply in Harrisville on my anual trip north. Still amazed at the variety of supplies that he has in stock. Picked up a dozen mb550s at a very good price. Still had a little extra cash so picked up one of my favorite lures that he makes. Wish I lived closer because I enjoy talking with the old man. One of my favorite places.
Stopped in there last weekend, what a fantastic place!! A great place to get gear and a story or two. Wish I had more money in my pocket because I spent every dime with me at the time. Will definately stop in again soon.
surveyor: I am a predator hunter from the Cairo/Freehold area and would like to give my critters to someone close to where I live. I get a good number of coyotes, red and grey fox and raccoons every year. Most are taken with one well placed shot with a .17 HMR
Dec 12, 2014 14:10:27 GMT -5
peltseeker: give the p
Dec 13, 2014 12:00:21 GMT -5
peltseeker: ooops you want to give the critters ?
Dec 13, 2014 12:01:32 GMT -5
surveyor: I ran into my local Conservation Officer today who gave me the name of a local avid trapper who I talked to and who will take the critters I get. I am all set!
Dec 13, 2014 14:46:02 GMT -5
otter04: if it doesnt work out, im on the otherside of greenville in westerlo. thanks
Dec 14, 2014 3:07:01 GMT -5
surveyor: Will do, thanks!
Dec 16, 2014 7:59:14 GMT -5
bpryslopski: I am looking to buy furs any kind, skinned or not skinned. I am located in Corning N.Y., which is located in the Southern Tier region of the state. I will be willing to travel to you, if the quantity and price is right.[br][br][br][br][br][br]Thanks,[br][br]Brent Pryslopski
Dec 17, 2014 20:57:32 GMT -5
trappinfoolsou81: hi my name is dale i live in ashville ny and our prices for fur threw mark boardmen are real sucky we got paid ten bucks for big bever and four for little one 5-7 for rats and 8 bucks for nice male mink i think prices are better but he only fur buyer aroun
Dec 21, 2014 10:02:18 GMT -5
osprey: So far the three red fox I've harvested have been taken on fish bait. This surprised me, but now as I think on it, since I trap on Long Island the local fox probably are
Dec 21, 2014 10:44:31 GMT -5
osprey: used to foraging for fish carcasses along our beaches and tidal marshes. If you live and trap in a similar habitat, maybe include fish as part of your set!
Dec 21, 2014 10:45:25 GMT -5
trapperkid6: would fox still come into a dirthole with coyote lure?
Dec 23, 2014 9:50:14 GMT -5