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. That's Kirk Dekalb down in Moultrie, GA and no finer man you could find to do business with. His cage traps are the only cage trap I will use and I make my living with my traps, there are no better. His hog door is the way to go with hog traps since you need only buiy a door unit and then you can construct any size pen out of locally available materials. The simplest is to use t-posts and cattle panels, you really want to use the style called a sheep panel which is 5' tall and has a 4" opening to hold the shoats. Do not use anything less than 5' or they will go over the top and you want the pen to be round or teardrop. If it is square they will pile up in the corners and climb on each other to get out.
If you are going to trap them you need to set out with the goal of cating the whole sounder (herd). To do this you need to acclimate the hogs to the trap by prebaiting the pen with the door(s) wired open for a period of time. This is because the older wiser sows (hogs run in family groups of sows and shoats, the mature boars run seperately from the sows) will be the last to enter a pen, the young and dumb shoats will go right in. If you set the trap on the first night all you will do is catch a few dumb shoats and educate the sows. The best way to do a trapping is the wire open the doors and bait it heavily inside and outside and let them get used to coming to the bait. A trail camera is highly recommended to be able to see when they are readily entering the trap. As you refresh the bait quit putting bait outside the pen and put it only in the the back of the pen. When they are readily entering you can set the trap and you should snag the bulk of the sounder in short order.
Good baits are corn, soured or straight through straight will draw deer and turkey and soured will bring in the coons as well. Fresh raw peanuts are probably the most prefered bait in south georgia. Deer and turkey are best dealt with by having an open top penn they can jump or fly over and coons may need several cage traps to clear them out.
Once you have caught some pigs the very best bait is a pig. Construct an small pen to go in the bigger pen and pen up a medium sized shoat and you have your bait. Just be sure to put down plenty of feed and water as pigs will die easy on you in the heat. Ideally your trap will get shade during the heat of the day. Check your traps early for this reason. Do not let one die in the trap and if possible load the hogs live onto a trailer or truck and dispatch somewhere other than the trap to keep blood out of the area of the trap.
Hogs are one of the smarter critters you will run up against when trapping. Far more are educated to avoid traps than are caught in traps.
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