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    It was bad friend of mine av.$8.00 for beaver ,$ 32.00 av for his fisher most females.$ 4.00 for rats.2 yotes $21.oo each.These were taken in North Parry Sound in Dec.And he knows how to do fur being taxadermist for many yrs.

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    Seems like the same old story year after year... Shame for the amount of money you have invested and the time spent out on the trap line...It's got to be a labor of love....
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    I thought I read that furs were doing good this year especially Yotes
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    I thought I read that furs were doing good this year especially Yotes
    If you sell retail I am sure it is.

    I spoke with a few trappers locally, it is legal to tan them all yourself and make things with them, you just have to pay the royalty based on the average price.

    If you find a buyer you can make a lot more but more work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    I thought I read that furs were doing good this year especially Yotes
    The pelts must be "pristine" with no holes or rubs to get any return,at all. The rest get tossed because there's such a glut in the market rendering them worthless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    I thought I read that furs were doing good this year especially Yotes
    I saw they estimated $25 to $45 for , what trimmer said, 'pristine' pelts.
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    Difference between eastern and western coyotes.

    Eastern where averaging 45 USD and western where the ones making the news at around 100 USD.

    Eastern coyotes are bigger but the fur is not the silky smooth they like for trim.

    For the rest it was crap. 11 a beaver does not cover your time even with the caster selling good.

    Take 4-5 USD on the muskrats all day though lol


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    What are coon hides going for?

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    XL &XXL A &B are what they want other then that very low prices.

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    I am guessing the average coyote prices are of the ones that sold......................... I bet a lot of them that were put up for auction from trappers and hunters never got sold and don't get reported on, they just sit there......................
    It's a business and with any business you want to publish information that make it sound good/promising....................... You can spin things many ways..... you have to look into the details to know the reality.
    I think most coyote hides are probably still sitting there waiting for a buyer or are going to be tossed....only the best will get sold and reported (average price) on.. IMO I think that is how it works....
    I hope all that send hides in, get a good price because it does take a lot of work...and we need our trappers to ensure the future of our wildlife.
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