We have been in business with our Northwest Trappers Supply for 50 years, all in the same location. Our family has been involved in the fur trade and trapping supplies for four generations (over eighty years). We have seen trapping equipment change through the years, prices rise and fall, and we have now witnessed the evolution of the trapping industry into the computer age. We have attempted to keep up with all of the new innovations through the years. Our online catalog and expanded website are our latest efforts to provide the very best service possible to our customers.
Cumberland's uses a shipping table to calculate shipping charges for orders sent to locations in the United States. Domestic orders are usually shipped via UPS. Orders delivered to Alaska are billed for actual shipping costs.
We are all trappers here and we use the equipment we sell. This is a real advantage in evaluating what products to catalog. We are also able to help you get the right products you need for any situation, in any part of the country. Whether you are going to set 200 traps or 1 trap for a bothersome mole in your yard, we can supply you with the products you need and answer any questions you may have.
We are currently one of the top trapping supply companies in the United States, with one of the largest inventories. We feature quality products at a fair price, and fast friendly service. Give us a try with your next order. You will be glad you did.
M-F 8 to 5, Sat. 8-12
It is a possibility we may be closed on a Saturday if we are at a convention. It is a good idea to call ahead to make sure we are open.
We are located four miles north of Owatonna on North Cedar Avenue. The easiest route is to guide you from I-35. Take exit 43 (26th Street) just north of Owatonna. Go east onto 26th street (turn right coming from south; left coming from north) until you come to the second four-way stop. Firehouse Liquor will be on the left corner. Turn left (north) onto North Cedar Avenue (Steele County Road 1). Go about 2 1/2 miles and you will see our buildings with the Cumberland name on them on the right (east) side of the road. There are also evergreen trees on the right as you approach our place from the south.