Red Dead Redemption 2 Crafting Ingredients for Pearson & Trapper

Crafting ingredients for the trapper & Pearson in RDR2 are a fairly important mechanic in the game. Both Pearson and the trapper in Red Dead Redemption 2 require you to go out and get the items they need to craft useful items, and you get most, if not all of them, through hunting. Well, to be fair, the trapper requires you to sell him the animal parts, and resells you his wares, but it’s the same basic principle. Our Red Dead Redemption 2 Crafting Ingredients for Pearson & Trapper guide will show you how many crafting ingredients both NPCs will need to make everything you can get from them.

Red Dead Redemption 2 Crafting Ingredients for Pearson & Trapper
Red Dead Redemption 2 Crafting Ingredients for Pearson & Trapper

Trapper & Pearson RDR2 Crafting Ingredients – What you Need

Pearson and the trapper in Red Dead Redemption 2 are characters in the game that you can bring various crafting elements you get by hunting animals. Both of them offer different items that you can craft there. Well, the trapper requires you to sell him stuff, and then he resells you various clothing items, and even entire outfits, if you’ve got what he needs. We’re going to provide you with a list of items that both of them require, if you want to get everything that you can from them. Huge props and thank you goes to Reddit user AmeriknGrizzly for his incredibly valuable insight.

RDR2 Pearson Camp Crafting Ingredients List

Pearson, a camp member in Red Dead Redemption 2, doesn’t require too many crafting ingredients; at least, not as many as a trapper. On the other hand, the trapper does have a lot more stuff to sell you. Crafting items at Pearson the butcher gets you all sorts of bonus stuff for the camp, but he also has things for you, such as increasing your satchel, aka inventory slots. Below is the list of stuff that you’ll need to grind out to get everything Pearson has to offer.

  • Bison Pelt – 1
  • Boar Pelt – 6
  • Rabbit Pelt – 1
  • Raccoon Pelt – 1
  • Beaver Pelt – 2
  • Elk Pelt – 2
  • Goat Hide – 2
  • Fox Pelt – 1
  • Cow Hide – 1
  • Muskrat Pelt – 1
  • Alligator Skin – 1
  • Snake Skin – 2
  • Wolf Pelt – 3
  • Pronghorn Hide – 2
  • Iguana Skin – 1
  • Panther Pelt – 1
  • Buck Pelt – 1
  • Ox Hide – 2
  • Deer Pelt – 7
  • Cougar Pelt – 3
  • Badger Pelt – 1
  • Squirrel Pelt – 1
  • Ram Carcass – 1
  • Pronghorn Carcass – 1
  • Moose Antler – 1
  • Wolf Carcass – 1
  • Elk Antler – 1
  • Buck Antler – 1

RDR2 Trapper Crafting Ingredients List

The trapper in Red Dead Redemption 2 is going to require a lot, and I do mean a lot of different crafting ingredients. Then again, he does offer a ton of different things that you can craft, including hats and entire outfits. The list below is going to show you all of the crafting ingredients you’ll need for the RDR2 trapper. There’s no Legendary Animals included, because all of those go to the trapper by default. If you want more info on that, we’ve got several legendary animals covered, such as the Legendary Coyote, Legendary White Bison, and Legendary Buck.

  • Bison Pelt – 3
  • Bull Hide – 3
  • Boar Pelt – 10
  • Rabbit Pelt – 7
  • Raccoon Pelt – 1
  • Beaver Pelt – 9
  • Hawk Feather – 3
  • Ram Hide – 5
  • Elk Pelt – 4
  • Cardinal Feather – 3
  • Turkey Feather – 6
  • Goat Hide – 7
  • Eagle Feather – 4
  • Moose Pelt – 3
  • Fox Pelt – 3
  • Cow Hide – 5
  • Muskrat Pelt – 5
  • Alligator Skin – 1
  • Snake Skin – 15
  • Gila Monster Skin – 2
  • Wolf Pelt – 3
  • Sheep Hide – 6
  • Pronghorn Hide – 4
  • Collard Peccary Pig Pelt – 2
  • Iguana Skin – 3
  • Panther Pelt – 3
  • Owl Feather – 1
  • Buck Pelt – 3
  • Ox Hide – 2
  • Coyote Pelt – 3
  • Deer Pelt – 3
  • Pig Hide – 1
  • Armadillo Skin – 2
  • Cougar Pelt – 3
  • Black Bear Pelt – 2
  • Badger Pelt – 2
  • Skunk Pelt – 3
  • Squirrel Pelt – 6
  • Rat Pelt – 16
  • Opossum Pelt – 4
  • Raven Feather – 13
  • Robin Feather – 7
  • Oriole Feather – 5
  • Loon Feather – 2
  • Condor Feather – 1
  • Vulture Feather – 1
  • Seagull Feather – 1
  • Pheasant Feather – 2
  • Sparrow Feather – 4
  • Cedar Wax Wing Feather – 2
  • Blue Jay Feather – 3
  • Quail Feather – 2
  • Duck Feather – 2
  • Chicken Feather – 4
  • Crow Feather – 2
  • Woodpecker Feather – 6
  • Pigeon Feather – 2
  • Rooster Feather – 4
  • Songbird Feather – 2
  • Goose Feather – 2

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    Erico360

    It’s 3 Skunk Pelts at the trapper. You forgot the boots.

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      JoeTheBard

      Thanks for the correction!

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    Devin

    This is exactly what I was looking for!

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    Tiddyholmer1379

    How or were do i bring a carcass to pearson were he gets it at camp

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      adepto_verity

      You bring the carcass to the table where Pearson usually works in the camp. An option to “Donate” should pop up as you approach the table.

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        Eddie Hanson

        You don’t even need to do that. Keep it stowed on your horse and when you go to donate items at Pearson’s table, all stowed items will appear. Just make sure you do it right after killing the animal as carcasses deteriorate from perfect to good to poor over time.

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      James Morgan

      Carry the carcass to the Pearson at the Butcher location (its marked with a symbol that looks like a cleaver.) Select donate for crafting and you should see under the materials tab the carcass you wish to contribute. Hope this helps.

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      Werd

      Look at control bar text, it usually says donate for crafting, provisions or funds. Once it’s donated, back out and bring up crafting prompt with Pearson.

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    james20s

    There are several errors in this list.
    Pearson needs 3 cougar pelts and 3 wolf pelts (as opposed to just the 2 each have listed).
    He also needs 2 elk pelts and 2 ox hides. Those are all the ones I noticed, for Pearson anyway.

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      JoeTheBard

      Thanks for the corrections!

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    Calvin

    Okay so I made a badger hat and lost it I can’t get it off my horse so I have to go make another one???

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      Sterling

      Nah, any hats you’ve crafted are accessible in your inventory when on your horse or checking horse gear just go past weapons and provisions to horse inventory and it’s on the bottom right corner of the wheel where your hats are.

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      Pithikos

      Go to wardrobe either in camp or any hotel, go to the hats menu then to crafted hats with r1 and your hat should be there

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    ArgyleMcManus

    Does the copy reflect the corrections?

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      JoeTheBard

      Yes, it should.

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    Lexi

    I alphabetized the lists if anyone’s interested/anal/OCD like I am, lol.

    For Pearson:
    • Alligator Skin – 1
    • Badger Pelt – 1
    • Beaver Pelt – 2
    • Bison Pelt – 1
    • Boar Pelt – 6
    • Buck Antler – 1
    • Buck Pelt – 1
    • Cougar Pelt – 3
    • Cow Hide – 1
    • Deer Pelt – 7
    • Elk Antler – 1
    • Elk Pelt – 2
    • Fox Pelt – 1
    • Goat Hide – 2
    • Iguana Skin – 1
    • Legendary Animal Pelts –
    • Moose Antler – 1
    • Muskrat Pelt – 1
    • Ox Hide – 2
    • Panther Pelt – 1
    • Pronghorn Carcass – 1
    • Pronghorn Hide – 2
    • Rabbit Pelt – 1
    • Raccoon Pelt – 1
    • Ram Carcass – 1
    • Snake Skin – 2
    • Squirrel Pelt – 1
    • Wolf Carcass – 1
    • Wolf Pelt – 3

    For Trapper:
    • Alligator Skin – 1
    • Armadillo Skin – 2
    • Badger Pelt – 2
    • Beaver Pelt – 9
    • Bison Pelt – 3
    • Black Bear Pelt – 2
    • Boar Pelt – 10
    • Buck Pelt – 3
    • Bull Hide – 3
    • Collard Peccary Pig Pelt – 2
    • Cougar Pelt – 3
    • Cow Hide – 5
    • Coyote Pelt – 3
    • Deer Pelt – 3
    • Elk Pelt – 4
    • Fox Pelt – 3
    • Gila Monster Skin – 2
    • Goat Hide – 7
    • Iguana Skin – 3
    • Moose Pelt – 3
    • Muskrat Pelt – 5
    • Opossum Pelt – 4
    • Ox Hide – 2
    • Panther Pelt – 3
    • Pig Hide – 1
    • Pronghorn Hide – 4
    • Rabbit Pelt – 7
    • Raccoon Pelt – 1
    • Ram Hide – 5
    • Rat Pelt – 16
    • Sheep Hide – 6
    • Skunk Pelt – 3
    • Snake Skin – 15
    • Squirrel Pelt – 6
    • Wolf Pelt – 3
    • Blue Jay Feather – 3
    • Cardinal Feather – 3
    • Cedar Waxwing Feather – 2
    • Chicken Feather – 4
    • Condor Feather – 1
    • Crow Feather – 2
    • Duck Feather – 2
    • Eagle Feather – 4
    • Goose Feather – 2
    • Hawk Feather – 3
    • Loon Feather – 2
    • Oriole Feather – 5
    • Owl Feather – 1
    • Pheasant Feather – 2
    • Pigeon Feather – 2
    • Raven Feather – 13
    • Robin Feather – 7
    • Rooster Feather – 4
    • Seagull Feather – 1
    • Songbird Feather – 2
    • Sparrow Feather – 4
    • Turkey Feather – 6
    • Quail Feather – 2
    • Vulture Feather – 1
    • Woodpecker Feather – 6

    Feel free to correct me if I made any mistakes 🙂

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