Raising Wild Hog

Why not make it on all and match it with the Jan. 2 through end of February small game dates. Not trying to be aggravating just trying to understand why they wouldn't.
Providing opportunity where hogs aren't currently well established creates a big incentive for hogs to be dumped out in new areas. Also, trapping efforts sometimes start during small game dates and dogs can really disrupt pre-baiting around trap sites. We mark them off well to keep hunters from disrupting trap sites, but dogs can't read.
 
Providing opportunity where hogs aren't currently well established creates a big incentive for hogs to be dumped out in new areas. Also, trapping efforts sometimes start during small game dates and dogs can really disrupt pre-baiting around trap sites. We mark them off well to keep hunters from disrupting trap sites, but dogs can't read.
Thanks for the reply
Providing opportunity where hogs aren't currently well established creates a big incentive for hogs to be dumped out in new areas. Also, trapping efforts sometimes start during small game dates and dogs can really disrupt pre-baiting around trap sites. We mark them off well to keep hunters from disrupting trap sites, but dogs can't read.
Thanks for taking the time to answer my questions.
 

Blackston

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Had these shared with me caught on land we hunted 20 yrs ago. Good example of a very well bred hog !!! Look at them ears.
 

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