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SUBMITTED PHOTO HERE'S HOW TO STRETCH A MINK HIDE: A demonstration at a trapper training session in the past held to teach young people how to safely and ethically trap animals.

Learning the right way to be a trapper

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Muskrats, raccoon, martens, beaver, skunk -- even bobcat and coyote -- all these animals, and many more are actively trapped for their fur in Minnesota, and Becker County is no exception.

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Trapping remains popular enough that the Cormorant Lakes Sportsman's Club has bowed to demand and is offering a trapper education course on July 15.

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