The season for one of the oldest known methods of hunting is fast approaching, and state wildlife officials are encouraging people to educate themselves on the ins and outs of trapping before heading out in pursuit of their favorite furbearing animals.
Utah's trapping seasons aren't that far away. If the Utah Wildlife Board approves the date, permits to take bobcats will go on sale beginning Oct. 3.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is encouraging anyone interested in trapping to take a furharvester education course now. Anyone born after Dec. 31, 1984, is required by law to complete the course before trapping in the state.Full story: