callmefence":1pgm8f08 said:Good catch. Don't normally catch that many mature ones with a root door...remote activated?
Red Bull Breeder":3pdcrvcp said:Brute the key is be patient. I keep two cameras on it one on the inside of the trap one outside. You would be surprised at the number of hogs that won't go in the trap for a week or so.
As long as they aren't a old stinky boar, they are really good. Back 30 years ago when we moved out where we are, the hogs were red meat. It was really gamey and lean. I think people have been intentionally mixing them with domestic hogs because the meat is whiter and they have tons of fat. They are less stinky too.ohiosteve":1o3e4tje said:No wild hogs up here but I think there are some in southern Ohio. Are they any good to eat?