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brush in front of a trap????????? #5286861 09/04/14 01:13 AM
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I was told that to put brush in front of the trap to keep out deer but hogs will go in. I tried it and this is the way it looks






What do y'all think? Did it look like I did it right or did I mess up? Do I need more or less? in front, on the side, or top? Or just remove all of it?
John

Re: brush in front of a trap????????? [Re: jrpbullrider] #5287261 09/04/14 04:22 AM
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Try it like that


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Re: brush in front of a trap????????? [Re: jrpbullrider] #5287723 09/04/14 03:50 PM
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We put stuff across the front of ours also. We have caught multiple deer in it and this helps to stop/reduce that.


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