Appreciate the feedback. Im just doing it for fun. I asked, b/c I couldnt find the info I was looking for on the DNR's webpage. All I seen was a commercial trapping license, I suppose thats what I need.
Unfortunately, you do. If trapping on land you own, you still have to apply and get a permit but its free. I had to spend $50 for a permit. I am trapping on property the local game warden has been trying to trap as well. I called him, told me as long as my paperwork is in the mail I could go ahead and set the traps. He had a conibear out, I moved it to a more reasonable location. Caught one with his trap Wednesday morning, and got one this morning as well out of one of mine!
A few more catches this morning. I had 2 330's about 20' from each other on a dam. The coon had 1/2 it's rear hind quarter eaten off it!! Went to next set, had an otter, my first! I didn't even know this waterway had otters! Caught one HUGE beaver, I would say 60+ pounder, but can't get pic to upload🤨