trapping wild hogs

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HCJ

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upstate South Carolina
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Kubota M6800 4WD
We have seen several feral hogs on our hunting property recently. They don't seem to be plentiful, but I guess that will change with time! We are talking about trapping them. Any experience here? Have seen plans online for both closed type traps and open corral type enclosures. We have put out corn but the deer and turkeys seem to be the main visitors. What's the best way to do this? Also for what to do with a pig after capture, should we just butcher it quickly or keep it penned and fed grain to "fatten it up" and improve the meat?
 
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We have seen several feral hogs on our hunting property recently. They don't seem to be plentiful, but I guess that will change with time! We are talking about trapping them. Any experience here? Have seen plans online for both closed type traps and open corral type enclosures. We have put out corn but the deer and turkeys seem to be the main visitors. What's the best way to do this? Also for what to do with a pig after capture, should we just butcher it quickly or keep it penned and fed grain to "fatten it up" and improve the meat?


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KILL THEM NOW!!!!

You will be suprised how quickly 2 hogs can multiply and destroy your land. Get rid of them however you can!!!!
 
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After the damage done to our property by wild hogs I've seriously been considering anti-personnel mines.
 
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Where are yall located...I am in GWD County we are starting to see hogs as well. Abbeville, Anderson, Upper GVL, and Pickens County have had hogs for years...
 
 
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