Yep, guys like Morley are sure worth listening to.
I applied the 'hang snares in the thick stuff' to feral hog trapping, lost count of how many I snared over the 9 years of being in that hunting lease.
I'd dig a hole with posthole diggers pour in stewed-off corn w/grape/strawberry koolaid mix in the thickest spot I could find back in the swamp. I'd use cheap construction wire that can be found in lowes/depot in the sack cement/concrete foundation area. Place two runs of wire one 10ish inches off the ground a second run of wire 16-17 inches high. And repeat that run 8-9-10 feet wide ''pathway'' to the corn, open ended, two ways in two ways out gang-set with several 1/8'' snares.
I had a 8x12' camping shack 9' off the ground, roofed, 5'6'' walls, window in every direction. Cot, full size mattress, wood-burning stove, office chair.
Over time I heard hogs/coyotes and a fox get caught in traps snares - 300-800 yards away, wow are they loud in the still of the night.