Each year, trappers seek out Missouri woods and water to participate in one of the oldest sports known to man- trapping. The Missouri Department of Conservation carefully regulates trapping. They use it as a tool for research and to help manage Missouriâ??s wildlife in a manner that is safe, wise and humane.
Tyson Hartshorn with the Missouri Department of Conservation Department stopped by the set of Good Morning Heartland to talk more about rules and regulations, and what permits are required. WATCH VIDEO Above to learn more.
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3500 S. Baltimore St.
Kirksville, Mo. 63501