2020 ITA Convention
Sept 11 & 12
Cherokee County Fairgrounds
Cherokee, IA
Motels in town
Cherokee Inn (712) 225-4278
Best Western (712) 225-5701,
Skyline Motel (Ma & Pa type) (712) 225-2544.
A block of 15 rooms are reserved at the Cherokee Inn & Best Western.
Indicate you are with the Iowa Trappers to get those rooms.
If you need info about inside dealer space or convention info contact:
Craig Sweet at (515) 306-9385 or hightoweria@aol.com

Camping - Primitive $10 per night, w/electric $20 per night - no full hook-ups
Tailgating $25 per space for weekend


I will post relevant information as to convention here when it becomes available
Check back for any updates.
Thank you
Craig
To assist with congestion at the membership booth, bring a return address label
with your name and current address. This will save a lot of time and writing.
Thank you!!
Kristan
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The Iowa Trappers Association is a state-wide organization that is made up of trappers that
work together to promote and protect our sport of trapping. We were instrumental in
developing and instructing of the Iowa Fur Harvester Education Class for young trappers.

Legislatively, the ITA is recognized and respected for its opinions in the formation of laws
concerning trapping, hunting and fishing by the Iowa Legislature and the Iowa Department
of Natural Resources.  ITA was involved in the REAP Coalition and it's passing, and we
helped to save the Fish & Wildlife Trust Fund from being spent to balance the state budget
problems.

The Iowa Trappers Association is more than a Trapping Organization......

We are a true Sportsman's Organization!

If you have items of interest to all trappers, legislative alerts, or suggestions for this website
please send them to
Craig Sweet.
Skunk Smell Remover Recipe
1Qt. Hydrogen Peroxide
1 C. Baking Soda
1 tsp. Liquid Dish Soap
Mix all ingredients together in an
open bucket. Use a sponge or cloth
to wipe animal, including inside of
mouth.
Keep out of eyes!
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"Fur, A Natural Renewable Resource"
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Iowa Trappers Association, Inc.
"Fur, A Natural Renewable Resource"