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Montana Trappers Association

P.O. Box 133

Gildford, Montana 59525

United States

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Thunder Mountain Fur Company

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Fur Buyers List [cached]

Larry DiLulo Thunder Mountain Fur Company Great Falls, MT 59404 406.454.0200

MTA Fur Buyer Listing [cached]

Larry DiLulo (MTA) Thunder Mountain Fur Co Great Falls, MT 59404 406-454-0200

Outdoors/Recreation - Great Falls Tribune - [cached]

Larry Dilulo of Thunder Mountain Furs in Great Falls with two Montana trapping staples, coyotes and bobcats.

"Cats are in line with last year but coyotes and red fox are off by as much as 20 percent," said Larry Dilulo of Thunder Mountain Furs in Great Falls.
"They will hair up, regardless of the weather, but it takes cold weather to hold them," Dilulo said."Snow on the ground helps to bleach them out so they are not so dark.This year is the darkest run for a long time."
Dilulo said blue fox, a ranch-raised fur in Finland, have gotten cheaper, as have Chinese raccoon.Dilulo compared the fur of Chinese raccoon to a giant, dark colored coyote.Both of those furs impact coyote prices because all three currently are used as trim items, such as collars and cuffs, in the fur market.
"The number of people going after coyotes and fox is down.The $2 gas hurts," Dilulo said."With the price of bobcats, people are chasing them real hard.
"To trap coyotes, some of these guys are travelling 100 to 200 miles per day to check their traps," Dilulo said.

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