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Richard Mellon
Trapping Inc's Scuttlebutt podcast
Trapping Inc is the smash hit Canadian TV series that follows northern Alberta trappers Rich and Sandi Mellon's life on the trapline in the Canadian wilderness. The Scuttlebutt Podcast is the back story or inside scoop into their lives and the personalities, companies, products and issues that shape modern trapping. Rich and Sandi have been married for 40 years and have a cheerful approach to life that shows in their dedication to education, conservation and concern for the management and future of trapping.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 57 ratings
Great podcast
As a new trapper, Rich and Sandi have been a real encouragement with the constant enthusiasm they bring on this podcast. I really appreciate the emphasis on family and learning, as well as the effort to keep old traditions alive. Much appreciated content and great job!
ARSeth M. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/27/20
Great show
Enthusiastic and good info. Looking forward to more.
Logpete via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/13/20
Fantastic show!
Your love of the outdoors and the enjoyment you get spending it with your wife really comes through. I’m incredibly jealous!
Michiganiac via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/23/19
Recent Episodes
Alan Probst has been a trapper and outdoors man from a very young age and has stayed true to the creed. Even playing MLB wasn't enough to keep away from the woods. A successful TV producer for 20 years Alan has some new irons in the fire.
Published 03/28/20
Rich and Sandi visit with Jeff Varvil the host of nationally syndicated Wild Alaska radio program and a very funny man.
Published 03/04/20
Joe started trapping as a child and used his skills in a career with the CBSA. Now retired he makes unique knives for outdoors men.
Published 02/17/20
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