How To Identify The Right Location Good feral hog trap placement is an important first step toward catching the whole sounder. The Pig Brig Trap System is simple, durable and with a little preplanning – far more effective than expensive, heavy, remotely triggered-gate traps. This makes identifying the right location to set up your trap much easier, making even the most densely overgrown location accessible. Thankfully feral pigs make finding the right location easier for us than you might expect. They are, like most humans, creatures of habit. They like to find comfortable places where they feel safe, and regularly...
Shayne W. and Shawn K. of Louisiana caught a total of 63 pigs in Shayne's Pig Brig XT Trap System! Now that is a pile of pigs! Sheeeesh!Keep up the good work, you guys! We love to see it!Check out the Pig Brig XT Trap System here.
Spring is in full swing, and the morphology of Mother Nature is never more awe-inspiring than the rebirth of pretty much everything. Those of us in the pursuit of feral hog management can, and often do, find this the most difficult time to trap. Feral hogs, like all wild species, have been in the doldrums of winter eating just about whatever is put in front of them in order to just stay alive. Spring brings about a buffet that has not been seen since last spring, and critters are basking in the bountiful nutrition.
Hey hey hey! Check out this short video of Ryan chatting about spring green-up and how it may affect trapping. What’s your game plan?