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January 13, 2005

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Jerry Phillips

I have a Trapper Nelson #3 and would like another one for a moose hunt pack in this Fall. If you have one in good shape for sale please return my email.

Jerry Phillips

I have a Trapper Nelson #3 and would like another one for a moose hunt pack in this Fall. If you have one in good shape for sale please return my [email protected]

johny_maple

Over the summer, I acquired yet another Trapper Nelson Indian Packboard, this time a #2 made by Jones Tent & Awning of Vancouver. It is complete with the bag and missing only the two metal retaining rods, the whole being in quite good condition. While it is a #2, the bag itself is almost as big as that on the #3 I have. It is certainly bigger than the bag on my Trager #2. The last one I want to acquire is a #2 Trager with the red bag. I believe this model was made specifically for the Boy Scouts of America, but I stand to be corrected.

johny_maple

I lied. I'm still looking for the Mallard brand made by Edward Lipsett.

Ken Hansen

Please contact me if you are selling any of your trappper nelson packs. Just the frame is ok too. I use them with a potato sack hooked on hooks and the frame only. They are the quietest packs in the bush.

Bob Bailie

Hi, I would mail a photo of my Trapper Nelson to Rick Trager, but I dont know his email add. The tag says:
PATENT NO. 1505661
TRAPPER NELSON'S
INDIAN PACK BOARDS
(a word I cant make out but it begins with M and ends with Y)
CHAS TRAGER
SEATTLE,WASH. There is no picture of an Indian.

Mike Neuroth

Interested in buying a vintage Trapper Nelson pack.Thanks,Mike

Mike

Interested in buying a vintage Trapper Nelson pack.E-mail me at [email protected]

Elsie Nelson

I am interested in getting a Trapper Nelson Back pack. If you have one for sale plese send info to: [email protected]

Thank you, Elsie

Bob Blaurock

Hi,

I will be putting a vintage Trapper Nelson pack board on ebay today 2/18/09. I'm not sure of it's age, but I believe it was from the 1950's. Good luck bidding!

Thanks,

Bob Blaurock
Sequim, WA 98382

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