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Old 05-25-2012, 03:45 PM
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Hogs 0 - Traps 32

Guy across the highway from my farm got tired of the damage and put out two traps. He caught 32 hogs last week, in one night! He is across a paved highway. So far what I have been told seems to be holding true, they do not like to cross a paved highway with a lot of traffic.

I have just found one on my place, last summer, and it did not make it home. That was a 55gr 223 at 3,200 fps at 8:00 AM on Sunday morning. Hated to do that to the neighbors, but no wild hog was going to leave my place once I saw it. So I decided to get quiet for the next piggy pok-ya.

Now I have my 6.5 Grendel mit can and the 160s at sub sonic ready to go pop, pop. Alas I have no piggy to pop. But just as well, because when it starts I am sure I will want it all to stop. Especially if the guy caught 32 in one night. That is ridiculous.
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Old 05-28-2012, 11:09 AM
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Re: Hogs 0 - Traps 32

i've seen them cross paved roads several times. if there's food to be had a paved rd won't stop them.
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