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TXPW or Federal Trapper Needed #7651820 11/04/19 07:18 PM
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Went to TXPW Enforcement Office in Tyler trying to find a State of Federal trapper, that was a total waste of time.

Any one know how or where to get hold on one?

I need to have some beavers, otters and coyotes removed.

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USDA, probably an agent in your area as well. Your local ag agent should also know.

Usually you can contact a county commissioner for a state trapper, or that's how it used to be.


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Sometimes you have to do stuff for yourself.

Re: TXPW or Federal Trapper Needed [Re: fishdfly] #7652297 11/05/19 01:36 AM
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Used to be called TADC.
Now I believe it’s under the USDA.

Re: TXPW or Federal Trapper Needed [Re: fishdfly] #7652823 11/05/19 05:04 PM
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Pretty sure in Texas you have to hire someone or do it yourself. We don't subsidize it here. Oklahoma subsidizes it though and some other states.

Re: TXPW or Federal Trapper Needed [Re: fishdfly] #7652870 11/05/19 05:45 PM
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We have a county trapper but not all counties do. They work for the Wildlife Services for the state. I just spoke to our county trapper and he is checking if they have anybody in your area. When I hear back from him, I'll let you know.

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What are the beavers and otters doing?

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Beavers are cutting down trees and digging holes in my fishing jetty out into the lake.

Otters are eating a lot of my Florida bass.

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Re: TXPW or Federal Trapper Needed [Re: Txduckman] #7653705 11/06/19 02:12 PM
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Thanks to all, I found the trapper for Leon County.

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Our county trapper gave me the information you are needing. Tyler is in the Fort Worth District of the Wildlife Services. The contact number is 817-978-3146. Good luck on your problem. Keep us posted on the resolution of your problem.

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