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Old August 25th, 2009
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PT, My wife and I addictedtohuntin was hopeing to meet you this weekend at the shoot N greet , but looks like you was doing some management work, gonna be tasty!!
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can we say pro-t has pork its whats for dinner
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Worked this past weekend and caught the pigs the weekend before. I would love to go to these shoots but in the off season I restrict myself to as little away from the house and then when the season begins........HE's GONE!!!!!!!!!! hehehehehehe******!!

Haven't cooked any yet but I am going to look at as many recipes as possible and try the one I think I'd like first. I have seen some pretty good ones so far.

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I tried something a few years ago that turned out awesome.... if you catch one around 30 lbs scrape her good(don't skin her), quarter her, shoot her up with some good marinade then get the turkey fryer out. It makes the skin pop (like cracklins). Turned out soooooo good.
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I tried something a few years ago that turned out awesome.... if you catch one around 30 lbs scrape her good(don't skin her), quarter her, shoot her up with some good marinade then get the turkey fryer out. It makes the skin pop (like cracklins). Turned out soooooo good.

Can do the same with a cajun microwave. Cook loooooooong with low heat, THEN stoke the flames and make that skin POP!
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How is the door set on your trap? I have a trap about that size, but the guy who built it put a swing door that you use with a bungie cord. The hogs have to push the door open with there snout and once there in the door swings back to where they can't get out. Problem is that I have never caught a hog to this date in 3 years of trying. Someone told me to leave the door open and let them come in and out for a week, but that did not work. I know we have a ton of hogs due to sign and shooting 3 with a rifle last year, but I can't seem to catch them. Either they are too smart to go into the trap or I am not doing something right. Any suggestions on method, bait, type of trap, etc. from anyone reading this? I am open for anything.
If you have access to a welder put a drop gate on it. We have 7 like this and catch multiple hogs. I will see about posting some pics.
My neighbor has push gates and never catches crap!
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