Our d-grip handles fit most wood handle trapping trowels. Makes for easier gripping.
Wooden Handle Trowel
A staple of the trapline. Sturdy wood handle with steel blade. Available in standard or narrow blade.
All steel, 22 inches long including D handle. Will withstand years of abuse. Available in 3-inch wide standard blade and 2-1/4-inch narrow blade models.
The Jim Digger
A heavy duty trapper's trowel. Measures 23 inches in length. Choose from Narrow (2-1/2") or Standard (3") blade. Made by J.C. Conner
The Sod Devil
A heavy duty trapper's hoe with reinforced shanks. Made by J.C. Conner
Three-in-one tool - Trowel, hammer and hoe. Approximately 20" long and 3 pounds.
Dirt Hole Auger
Digs a perfect hole fast. Requires a 1/2" drill to operate in either gasoline powered or battery powered. Available in two sizes. The 2" auger has a round shaft. The 3" auger has an octagon shaft to prevent drill slippage. Item may vary slightly from picture.
The Jim Digger II
Our top-rated heavy duty trapper's trowel now comes with a D-handle. Overall length is 26". Choose from Narrow (2-1/2") or Standard (3") blade size. Made by JC Conner.
Two diggers in one. 27 inches long with 1/8" steel blades and heavy steel shank. Made by J.C. Conner
Snow & Nealley Hudson Bay Axe
The most popular Snow & Nealley sportsmen’s axe has always been the Hudson Bay Camping Axe, with a 1¾-lb. head and a 24-inch hickory handle. Total overall length including the head is 23 1/4". Originally designed for trappers, hunters, and fishermen on expeditions along Canada’s Hudson Bay, it is light, well balanced, and perfect for cutting smaller wood and pounding stakes. Long a favorite of trappers, it is also called the Hudson Bay Trapping Axe.
Snow & Nealley axes are still 100% American made, and the same drop-forged, high carbon steel heads are still hand-tempered, ground, finished, and fitted to select American Hickory handles in Maine. Six generations of skilled tool crafters have kept them the highest quality axes available.
The Snow & Nealley Hudson Bay Trapping Axe is not only a practical tool, its heirloom quality and heritage makes it perfect to pass on to the next generation, or keep as a collectible.