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Old 10-12-2017, 08:56 AM   #7
Drycreek3189
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Might want to reinforce your panels with a few more t-posts for more strength and stabilization. I could be wrong, but not sure what distance you have between each one. I would put at least another one in between each of them and wire them in good. My .02

Good luck and hope you get the herd caught at once.
Thanks for the advice. I don't expect to catch any hogs that can break out of that. I had it in operation for two years, caught as many as seventeen at the same time set up just like this. Never had any escapees. When they hit the panels it just bounces them back. Most of the truly big hogs (150 and up) won't go in a trap. If you leave them long enough, they'll root out I imagine, but I don't intend to leave them that long.
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