Kens Trapping Supply, Detroit Maine
Jerry Lebeau, Jerrys Trapping Supplies, North Anson Maine
John DePue of Maine IF&W talking with a trapper.
Chase Toys Inc. in Unity Maine.
Skip Trask with items presented to him to thank him for his many years of service as MTA's Legislative Liaison.
Bill Bailey, Boscowan, New Hampshire
Jerry Braley
Christian Carlson
Moose RiverLures, Thorndike Maine
Two Feathers Drum Group
Custom AR-15 Hunting Rilfes
North American Fur Auctions
Phippsburg Sportsmens Association
Butch Tripp accepting the donation of 2 kayaks from Old Town Canoe, Jeremy Smith
Contestant Katie in the eel race.
Contestant Baxter in the eel race
Ernie Mosher,
North American Fur Co demo
Natural soaps and lotions by Linda Earls
30 GUN RAFFLE DRAWING - Butch Tripp, Fred Turner, Gary Sewell rolling the drum and picking out the winning tickets.
MTA auction
MTA auction
MTA auction
Tom Stevens Fur Company, Holden Maine
Ted Perkins collecting memberships at the MTA booth.
Star and Lonny Jones, owners of Emily's Restaurant on the fairgrounds.
A demo by Bill Forbes, Blacksmith.
Butch Tripp and Brian Cogil
Dan Wagner presenting Millard Wardwell with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Pat Favolise, Dan Wagner, Brian Cogil, Skip Trask
Brian Cogill and Skip Trask
Jerry LeBeau presenting Skip Trask with a stretcher signed by trappers.
2012 MTA Fall Rendezvous    

 That's Dale competing in the Mountain Kid competition at the MTA Fall Rendezvous. Friday and Saturday were full of demos for anyone who wanted to learn or improve their trapping techniques. Over 150 students completed the Part 2 of the Trapper Education course on Saturday. The MTA Fall Business meeting and election of officers was held on Saturday. Brian Cogil is President of MTA and Butch Tripp is Vice President, along with Linda Bridges - Treasurer, Pat Favolise - Secretary and Gary Sewell - Editor.
     The Windsor fairgrounds was a fantastic location for the Rendezvous. Everything was undercover, so even though we had some rain, the show went on. Plenty of room for camping, 'real' bathrooms and a restaurant on the grounds open for breakfast, lunch and dinner made it even more enjoyable. 
Happy winners of some of the prizes donated by Cabellas.

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