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Anyone Missing a Snare? #7650905 11/03/19 09:37 PM
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Was out with Pig Popper Friday night, he nailed this 165# boar that had about ten inches of snare wire around its front foot. Looked and smelled nasty.

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Re: Anyone Missing a Snare? [Re: Dennis in Ft Worth] #7651266 11/04/19 04:21 AM
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Re: Anyone Missing a Snare? [Re: Dennis in Ft Worth] #7651375 11/04/19 12:31 PM
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Unusual to have one catch it's hoof in a snare (unless a trap fired foot snare was used).

I use 'deer stops' on all my snares to help prevent foot caught animals. It will not allow the snare to close up tighter than a 3-1/2" diameter.

That hog was well on it's way to losing that hoof.

I shot a Coyote a few years ago that had somehow escaped a snare. It had a very distinct mark from the incident around it's neck.


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