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#12039647 - 05/18/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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we put a cup of diesol fuel in a 5gal bucket of corn mix well hogs love it like a rag with old oil on it nailed to a tree

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#12039781 - 05/18/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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I'm gonna try the diesel in the corn next weekend. It may help hide our scent also.

#12040247 - 05/18/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Diesel in the corn is the bomb. Supposedly if you catch them when they are small and castrate them they will go back where they come from.

#12041284 - 05/18/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Found I had a problem .......
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That turned into this:
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Hanco got me started on my corral pen. Had a few in it immediately.
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Nothing stayed in the corral, and noticed in the photos, I had forgotten the hog wire !!!!

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Now we're in business !!!!!!! Them boys sure love that blue Kool Aid I put on my soured corn. 31 hogs and counting so far. Thanks again Hanco !!!



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#12041460 - 05/19/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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That's a bunch of damn pigs. I'm going next weekend to fill feeders. Maybe I will get some.

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#12138422 - 07/10/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Is there any pigs in the pan handle of Texas?


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#12141817 - 07/12/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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I know a few guys that do it. They they buy them a drink for starters, then get them crazy pregnant. Nine months later and Hellllllo welfare mama.

#12293608 - 09/25/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Bow season starts this weekend, hope to catch some pigs, maybe stick some too.

#12293873 - 09/25/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Haven't done it in years as don't get out often enough to check traps. Always reminds me of my grandfather as that was his main hobby after he retired. He would castrate, cut the ears off and turn them loose and then only shoot the ones with no ears as they were better eating. Then he would b**** constantly about his hay fields being torn up

#12297166 - 09/27/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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We have a new high school built way out. Pigs are jacking up the landscaping all around it. The ball fields are fenced or they would tear them up too!!

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#12321003 - 10/09/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Awesome picture and good stories.


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#12339114 - 10/18/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Killed three last Sunday

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#12341160 - 10/19/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Pig in trap. He’s not too happy!!!

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#12343794 - 10/20/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Looks like his problems are almost over............


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#12344930 - 10/21/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Most important thing is, shoot him on the other end. Not in front of the gate!!!

#12347244 - 10/22/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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There have been feral pigs for years on the northern part of the San Pedro River. They pretty much stayed in one area and local rancher would let people hunt them for a fee. Now they are starting to move upstream. If this continues we will have the same problems in Arizona. Maybe the wolves will kill them instead of killing calves.

San Pedro River begins in Mexico and flows north into the Gila River.

#12353704 - 10/25/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Pigs are hard to get rid of

#12376324 - 11/04/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Gonna set trap first thing when I get to lease tomorrow. Hope to catch some.

#12426517 - 11/28/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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Got a few more


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#12498831 - 12/27/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: hanco]  
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#12503347 - 12/29/17 Re: Trapping pigs [Re: mtnsnake]  
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Originally Posted by mtnsnake
Is there any pigs in the pan handle of Texas?

yes but not in large numbers
like farther south.


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