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Snare-making class, Alaska Department of Fish and Game Hunter Education Indoor Shooting Range, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 11:36 pm

FAIRBANKS — Learn the tricks of making snares from expert trappers Jim Masek, Craig Gardner and Mike Osborne at this snare-making seminar sponsored by the Alaska Trappers Association. Students in the all-day class will learn what materials they need and the techniques used to make their own snares for everything from foxes to lynx to wolves, as well as how to make breakaway snares that will release incidental catches of moose and caribou.

Cost for the class is $75 and students will get to take the snares they make home.

Contact Tish at 347-5965 for reservations or go online to alaskatrappers.org.

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