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Articles from the Buckeye Trapper
January - Frog Gigging
March - First Year Trapper Journal I
May - First Year Trapper Journal II
July - Broken Timber Outdoor Recreation Area
September - Northern Sport
November - Larry Finch
January - Golf Courses - Hidden Bonanza Trapping
March - Partners
May - Grading Fur I
July - Grading Fur II
November - Rabies: Use Common Sense
January - Hard Lessons
March - Game On
May - My Urban Wilderness
July - Canine Fur Handling
September - One Percent Better
November - Furbearer Survey
January - Beaver Habitat, Lodges & Dams
March - What to Think About Remakes
May - Gimmicks
July - Diapers at Deer Camp
September - Focusing on Big Raccoons
November - What You Thought You Knew
January - Trapping Baits & Lures
March - Otter: Return of a Native Species
May - Muskrat Medley
July - Fur Farms
September - Fur Trapping: An American Heritage
November - The Right Choice
January - Cagin' Coon
March - Think Like a Mink
May - OSTA/FBU Banquet
July - Season's Over, Now What?
September - How Can I Help the OSTA?
January - Just "Not Thinking"
March - The Great Miami Blitz
May - Morning Was Coming, I Was Ready
July - OSTA Regional Meetings
September - Raccoon Trapping for Beginners
November - Beavers, Engineers & Evolution
January - Snaring Raccoon
March - Springtime Events
May - 2003 Mercer Advanced Trapper Workshop
July - Convention Time Again
September - Benefits of Regulated Trapping
November - Above Ice Sets for Predators
January - OSTA/ODW Trapper's Cabin
March - Three First Time Trappers
May - The Last, Worst & Best Day of Season
July - Beaver Beetles
September - One of My Favorite Sets
November - OSTA Fur Auctions
January - Trapping Pocket Dinosaurs
March - Poor Man's Mink
May - My First Year Trapping
July - Trapping on a Shoestring
September - ATVs After the Sale
November - Pre-Staking Before Season
January - Highlandtown Trapper Workshop
March - Trapping With the Boss
May - Predators, Nighthawks
July - Setting Beaver Castor Mounds
November - Achtung! Achtung!
January - District 3 Trapper Workshop
March - Holding Raccoon
May - Memories of 1999 Convention
July - Just Thinkin'
September - Being an Active Member
November - Raccoon: Predator or Talented Scavenger
January - Longlining
March - Killbuck Trapper Workshop
May - Who Made This Mess?
July - Trapping as a Family
September - Blind Pocket Sets
November - First Beaver: How Hard Can It Be?
July - Hobby Trapper Dreams
September - Critters and Virus
November - Satisfaction of Making Memories
January - Sterling Fur
March - School Boy Sets
May - J.R. & Sons
July - Fur Market Report
September - Beekeeping 101
January - Dog Proof Traps
March - The Fur Shed
May - Trapping Buddies
July - Red Ants
September - Doug Haubert, Fur Sheds, Legal Sets