Minnesota trappers have special requirements for in-person fur registration

Trappers who harvest furbearers are required by law to register their harvests in person at select Minnesota DNR offices and will need to follow COVID-19 safety protocols when doing so this season. While trappers are encouraged to schedule an appointment for registration, open registration events will also be held on Tuesday, Dec. 29, and Tuesday, Jan. 26 at the locations and during the hours indicated on pages 55 and 56 of the hunting regulations.

Trappers will be required to wear a mask during the registration process, remain in their vehicle upon arriving, and maintain a distance of 6 feet if asked to leave the vehicle. DNR staff may refuse service to members of the public who do not follow COVID-19 safety protocols. More information on requirements for fur registration is available on the DNR website.