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Trapping #7338512 11/05/18 07:26 PM
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Iím never going to be able to get all the hogs off my property (Coleman Co.) by shooting them. Somebody connected me with a guy with some traps. What is customary? Do I pay him or vice versa? Even -Steven? Thanks.

Re: Trapping [Re: Flynt] #7338529 11/05/18 07:41 PM
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I've always seen neither side charge one another. It's a symbiotic relationship, you get rid of hogs, they can sell them for a profit.

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That works for me. Thanks.

Re: Trapping [Re: Flynt] #7339002 11/06/18 01:35 AM
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My buddy has a $5000 trap and charges for trapping. I build my own traps and do it for free. So it does depend on the situation and the trapper.


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