Fall Convention 2014

Fall Convention 2014

Well the Fall Convention is in the history books. If you missed it, then you need to make sure you make next years. The 2015 Fall Convention will occur in Seward, NE. So make plans to attend.

NFH President (Adam Duryea) speaking at the Fall Annual Meeting. Photo by Stephen M. Vantassel.

NFH President (Adam Duryea) speaking at the Fall Annual Meeting. Photo by Stephen M. Vantassel.

This year’s convention was a resounding success. Kudos to Jason Reynoldson and his team for an outstanding Convention.

The NFH Officers have changed so be sure to visit the Officer’s Page to see who your leaders are for the next term.

Spring Meeting (2015) will be in Albion, NE. Stay tuned for details.




Vendors for Fall Convention

Vendors for Nebraska Fur Harvesters’ Fall Convention

We wish to announce the vendors scheduled to attend the Fall Convention. Looks like we are going to a great time. Note: if you would like to join in please contact Jason Reynoldson at

Information on the Convention

JR’s Fur Shed
Kansas Trapline Products

Fall Convention

Fall Convention

Petska Fur
Top Lot Stretcher Co.
Antler Jewelry
HD Outdoors, Coon Collector
Florin’s Trapping Supply
No BS Lures
Jones Fur Buying-Groenwald
Mark June’s Lures Inc.
ADC’s Lures and Baits
Minaska Outdoors
Lyle Thelen Trap Supply
Northwest Predator & wildlife Control
Predator Patrol
Dakota Line Snares
Keg Creek Baits and Lure
Armada Trap Supply
Fillmore Stretchers
All Terrain Live Traps
Gnad Fur Co.
Apple Road Lures
Papio Creek Trapping Supply
Fallen Branch Snares
5H Trading Post
Z Traps
Dead Coyote Snares
Dakota Prairie Baits
Minnesota Trapline Products
Sudden Valley Supply
Windance Outfitters
Peterson Furs
Schneider Wild Fur
Olson’s Trapping Supplies
Uhlik Repeater
RK Trapline Products
Schroeder Cage Traps
Rally Hess Snares
Prairie Wind Lures
Mud Motor
High Plains Professional Lures
Mackie Fur and Hide
Easy Traps

We have room for you!


Traps to Commemorate NFH’s Anniversary

450 Commemorative Trap

NFH has plated traps to commemorate our 40th anniversary. We will be using the website to bid on these traps.

“Hey Furharvester- You can own this trap! A piece of Nebraska History! To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Nebraska Furhavesters Association, we will be offering ONLY 4 complete sets, 1 each of Minnesota Trapline Products 750-650-550-450 Coil Spring Traps entirely Gold Plated with an Engraved Nickel Plated Pan to the highest bidder.

2 sets will be offered on the NFH website and 2 sets will be offered at the fall 2013 convention.

Don’t want an entire set but would like a Commemorative Trap any way – we will have Only 7 added MTP 650 Coil Spring, Gold Plated, engraved, Nickel Pan Traps for you to bid on the website and at the convention. So here is your chance to own a Commemorative set or just one –—— for yourself or the next generation. This limited supply ensures it will retain its value. There are two ways to bid, Website or In Person at the Convention, so don’t miss out because just like offering fur, the highest bidder wins, so plan to bid in soon!”

Winners can pick up their traps at the Fall Convention in Crete. We are also willing to ship but buyer pays for shipping.

Bidding is done in 2 dollar increments. Bids end approximately 7 days prior to Convention subject to NFH discretion.

Bids may be sent to Please provide full contact information.

Michael Lance bids $235.00 on one sets (450-750).

Commemorative Traps

Commemorative Traps

Niles Buetner bids $270.00 on the second set (450-750)

Three 650’s to bid on.
Joseph Woitzel bids $90.00 for one 650.
Peterson Furs bids $80.00 for one 650.
Dave Hastings bids $100.00 for one 650.

Let the bidding continue.

Fall Convention 2013

40th Annual Nebraska Fur Harvesters Fall Convention

Tuxedo Park in Crete, NE

September 27, 28, 29 2013 FREE ADMISSION

Convention Organizer:

Eric Stane

(402) 658-8012

Fall Convention Date

Fall Convention Date

Nebraska Fur Harvesters have set the dates for the Fall Convention as September 27-29, 2013.  Mark your calendar’s now and plan to attend. More details will be forthcoming.

Stephen M. Vantassel