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.
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. 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.