New Mexico OKs widespread trapping despite broad public opposition

New Mexico OKs widespread trapping despite broad public opposition

Trapping on public lands is legal in New Mexico. No bag limits exist for furbearer species. The law does not require trap locations to be marked, signed, or for any warnings to be present. No gross receipts tax is levied on fur and pelts sold by trappers.

Kóhmúh N'de
Kóhmúh N'de
Occam’s lazer
Occam’s lazer 1 months

Uhh where’s the articles bud. Also chances of random people getting caught in traps are slim to none. Traps are set in areas animals frequent every day, not trails in parks. And lastly why would a trapper have to pay taxes on sold pelts?

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