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A comment titled: lazy in response to a report titled: hoggone?

we dont need poison, just more hunters need to start getting in the woods and traping/hunting them. we trap and hunt them and also either eat every one we kill or sell them. they are safe to eat as long as they are cooked to well done. domestic hogs can carry the same crap that wild hogs do if they arent given shots and wormers. most hunters just think that someone else is going to take care of the problem for them. the big hog in the picture above is one that we killed. it was over 400lbs on hoof, and the gentleman that posted the picture had no problem eating the meat.

May 12, 2012 at 7:53am
A comment titled: dummy in response to a report titled: HOg wrestling video GONE WRONG

that is one dumb a$$ guy

March 26, 2012 at 7:40am
A comment titled: easy fix in response to a report titled: coyote trouble

a few years ago i had the same problem in st. helena parish, i was told to go to the dollar store and buy the cheapest sponges they had, cut them up into about 1 inch chunks, then soak them in used cooking oil out of the fryer then just throw them out all over the place. they eat them and cant digest them and it kills them. it worked for me, should work for you.

January 19, 2012 at 7:35am
A comment titled: Hogs in response to a report titled: Deer hunter posting on hog site

Well of course you cant napalm the place, thats just too easy. I also wouldnt consider just leaving them alone and hoping they will go away, because that isnt going to happen. Yea they might go away for a few weeks but they will be back, thats just their nature. hunting them is an ok practice to run them out but you usually only get 1 or 2 at a time. Traps work well if they are set up and baited right and unlike you being in the stand, they hunt 24/7 and with the right traps you can catch multiple hogs. In my trap i have caught up to 15 at a time. now they werent all 200 lbs but the smallest one was about 40 lbs. dogs are also good for running them out of the area for a while but like hunting them, usually you only get 1 or 2 at a time. I would say that using a combo of hunting, dogs, and traps would be the best if you can, if not, then just traps.

January 18, 2012 at 7:46am
A comment titled: your crazy in response to a report titled: Got Pork?

im all about trapping and cathing the wild hogs, but if you are wanting them live and then turn them out, dont come looking at mine wanting to buy them because im not selling. that is straight stupid to turn them back out. they are tearing everything up and here you are wanting to catch them and move them. the LDWF should come shut you down wether you are making money or not. i make a decent amount without screwing anyone just by selling them out the pens. you need to grow up and look around at what they are doing to our land hoss!!!!

December 23, 2011 at 9:47pm
A comment titled: hog in response to a report titled: want to buy wild hogs

i do have a hog right now, email me for more info if you still need it, and it is legal to sell and transport hogs in the state, just cant take them across state lines and they had to be caught on private property. i make a second living trapping and selling hogs and i made sure with LDWF before i started.

November 26, 2011 at 7:13am
A comment titled: wild hogs in response to a report titled: want to buy wild hogs

I am 100% positive that you can legaly sell and transport wild hogs in the state, but you can not transport across state lines with them alive. i trap hogs for fun and sell them to make extra cash. before i started, i went to LDWF and asked and thats what they told me.

November 18, 2011 at 6:02pm
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