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Regulated trapping plays an important role in the ecology and conservation of Indiana's furbearers. Trapping is limited to abundant furbearers and is a significant part of Indiana's history, culture, and wildlife management.

Furbearers with a season include:

  • beaver
  • coyote
  • gray fox
  • long-tailed weasel
  • mink
  • muskrat
  • opossum
  • raccoon
  • red fox
  • river otter
  • striped skunk

Furbearer management

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During trapping season

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