I’d like to welcome Lenon’s Lures as the newest advertiser here on Trapping Today. Herb Lenon (1902-1979) was a legend in the trapping industry. He was a professional trapper from Michigan who became a household name among trappers throughout the U.S. and Canada. In addition to catching piles of fur, instructing other trappers and writing for major trapping magazines, Herb developed Lenon Lures, a line of trapping lures that continue to catch fur to this day. Lenon’s species-specific “Super All Call” line of lures are among those formulated by Herb through experience on the trapline, and continue to put fur on stretchers.
Herb’s son Asa Lenon, a well known trapper in his own right, took over his father’s lure making business after he passed, and just recently, Asa turned the business over to John Chagnon, lifelong trapper, friend of the Lenons, and founder of PCS Outdoors. John continues to work with Asa to ensure the lure formulas are made the very same way Herb did it. John is proud to continue the tradition of Lenon Lures and serve the faithful trappers who have relied on these products for decades, as well as introducing new trappers to the products.
You’ll see a banner ad for Lenon Lures here and there on Trapping Today. I hope you’ll consider trying Lenon’s on your trapline. The lures are time tested with a solid reputation behind them. You can buy Lenon Lures at PCS Outdoors, Minnesota Trapline Products, and several other trapping supply companies. Better yet, order directly at www.lenonlures.com.