Dig Deeper: Trapping Hogs with Remote Control Traps
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S1.E6: Hogs aren't native, and having them on your property will cause your deer, turkeys, small game, browse and mast to suffer. Plus, they'll dig up your food plots. Who wants that? The best way to control hogs is by trapping entire sounders at once, and for that, nothing is more effective than a large, remote-operated trap. Realtree UC's Slade Priest explains.
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