Hog Trapping 101

Wild Hog Trapping | Disproving Continuous Catch Gates - Feral Pig Control Methods | JAGER PRO™

Wild Hog Trapping | Disproving Continuous Catch Gates - Feral Pig Control Methods | JAGER PRO™

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Disproving Continuous Catch Gates

The continuous catch theory believes feral hogs will continue to enter a one-way trap door until all are captured. JAGER PRO™ Hog Control Systems tested this theory on 20 trap sites by pre-baiting each for 10+ days while locking the door in an open position. After hogs were conditioned to use the trap as a food source, we set the trigger on the one-way door. This video demonstrates feral hog behavior around continuous catch doors and the low success rate associated with this trapping method.

Hog Trapping | (2) Hog Trap & Door Selection  | JAGER PRO™

Hog Trapping | (2) Hog Trap & Door Selection | JAGER PRO™

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Trap and Door Selection

This video demonstrates feral hog behavior and their reactions to various sized traps and doors. Trappers should make informed decisions about equipment and methods based on actual results. The only effective trapping program is to capture 100% of the sounder group at one time. If this mission is not accomplished, the remaining hogs become trap shy, breed and easily replenish the population.

Thermal Hog Hunting | Hog Trap Gate Triggering Mistakes | JAGER PRO™

Thermal Hog Hunting | Hog Trap Gate Triggering Mistakes | JAGER PRO™

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Gate Triggering Mistakes

JAGER PRO™ spent 2 1/2 years consulting with FLIR - the most vertically-integrated thermal imaging company in the world. Both companies have leveraged their vast experience with military-grade thermal imagers to produce the most advanced and affordable technology available to the public for feral swine and coyote control.