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ez14.

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Glad we don't have that problem but I would love to spend some time helping someone else with theirs!
 

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Figures and I don't really want to spend the money on night vision so I might not be much help
 

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They are plowing the field up as it will be rough when they finish. We have them around here show up from time to time. About a half acre in my hay field is very rough riding a tractor over.
 
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callmefence":ml8pn2pj said:
When it gets hot and dry you can slaughter em midday at any tank that still has water. Easiest pig shooting of the year.

Not here there is a spring fed creek at the bottom of every hill. Normal rainfall at 60 inches a year.
I have four creeks on 90 acres that run year around. Lots of water comes out of the escarpment in Tyler county.
Between thicket and water hunting is the least effective way to eradicate them . Trapping is the most effective.
Watched a fellow buy a 4K trap setup at the feed store earlier this week.

This is a list of the major creeks in the county that run year around.

https://texas.hometownlocator.com/featu ... trow,1.cfm
 

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