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.
redneck315ers: can any one help me i would like to take the class for snares and adc any help how to get started just to have
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AMDG: New to trapping - new to the forum - trying to keep the tradition alive from my Grandfather and pass it on to my sons. Caught our first opossum last weekend, gotta start somewhere I guess.
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robert49: Hello to everyone new here... I've trapped in the past on my own land but want to trap other places how do I go about getting my trapping license.
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redneck315ers: online dec's webpage under classes
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robert49: Thanks redneck315ers is it to late for classes I see where it says about doing a home test but wonder if it's to late for this year to do the rest I need to do to so I can complete the class.
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doubledan: In FAQ's the How to load picture link is not valid or working for me
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redneck315ers: I don't know about the online one look at for what state its for
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robert49: Thanks redneck315ers...... I live in the Madrid/Waddington ny area anyone know a good place to take furs.
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greenhorn86: How do you post photos. I'm having trouble doing so.
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NY Yote: anyone trap Marten in NY?
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walshy0913: yes NY Yote got one so far fresh snow should bring them out of mountains and feeding
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jedimann74: Anyone on trap in the Tonawanda and Oak Orchard WMU's?
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