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    Default Trapping hogs

    Anyone on here trap wild hogs? I have a sounder I need gone on Whitmire.

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    Wow. I guess none of you trap hogs.

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    Call the USDA and get on the list

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    Or buy a pig brig and a cell cam and handle it yourself in about a week

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    Waterfowler

    That's a nice idea. They have TWO in the midlands to use. The first has been on one property for TWO FUCKING YEARS and the second is on another property for 7 months. Once they get them they think they are theirs and do not want to ever let someone else use them for a week!!!!!!!! Sucks.
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    That’s unfortunate. The only reason I mentioned it because a few weeks ago a friend of mine had them trapping his place here in Colleton county. Don’t recall the guys name that was doing the trapping but he was telling me that the USDA had more traps and personnel available. Extremely nice guy.

    I personally trap them myself. We bought a boar buster a few years ago for the property I manage. Traps are a little pricey but effective. The pig brig is probably the most cost friendly trap and most common route I’ve seen others take.

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