Well we found wild hogs on our 11,000 lease. We set up trail cams for deer and over 60 different hogs showed up in pictures within a weeks time on one trail camera. Nobody has seen them in the daylight. Even the logging crew that has been working tracts of that land for the last 5 years. According to the TWRA there are no known populations of hogs in this county. Since there are only 10 of us hunting this lease we will never make a dent by shooting them while deer hunting. The country is VERY rough with deep hollows, mountains and rocky bluffs. It is also very thick with mixtures of clear cuts (grown over), select cut areas and virgin standing timber. Any ideas on how we can start population control now? We are afraid that we will see massive erosion from rooting with the steep mountainsides and clear cut timber. Baiting in Tennessee is illegal. Hog season is open year-round with no limit.