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Boarbuster Traps 45 in one drop

Discussion in 'Hunting & Fishing' started by CharlieWH2O, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. CharlieWH2O

    CharlieWH2O Sharpshooter

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    Looks like they are a little upset!
     
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    I hope they trap (and put down) 2,000 a month. We these on every ranch/farm/stream/field in our area.
     
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    I know 3 good people that will kill them for free, hell I’d like to sit and wait on them myself. We cold feed the homeless with a few hundred of them
     
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    For $16,000.00 I would expect more than 45 hogs.

    If I take total from 2 drops on my trap, my head count is 55 hogs.
     
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    $16,000 and ungodly amount of prep work. I’m not just talking trap set up. It usually takes weeks to get every hog comfortably feeding around those panels. They just don’t all Willy nilly come in after a few days of free corn.

    Also they are kinda like coyotes in the respect that once that trap springs you best catch every single one inside cuz the ones outside will most likely never set foot near a suspicious panel again

    Remote traps can certainly be useful but they have their limitations as well.
     
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    dlbleak Moderator Staff Member

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    To bad the video didn’t include the ‘elimination’ of the hogs...
     
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    Were those hogs actually "put to sleep"?
     
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    I like it.
     
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    They are actually available for adoption at your local PETA chapter.
     

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