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hog trap designs? #7782025 03/23/20 03:32 AM
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I am looking to build a hog trap or two. I would like it pretty simple and inexpensive. How should I build it?

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Do you want it to be portable or will it be semi-premanent?


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Portable

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Here's a general idea: http://www.limestonemedia.com/how-to-plans/wild-hog-trap-plans.htm

I built one using old bed frames for angle iron. I used a 'French Door' design because it gives a wide opening that doesn't extend too far into the trap. Door type is primarily a personal preference.

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At this stage it's almost finished. Part of the top and the mesh on the doors are yet to be put into place, and it has no trigger mechanism.

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Looks good

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Inexpensive is hard. New panels and new angle are expensive. This one was almost $300. 10' x 6' x 5' high..... guillotine door, open bottom, partial open top for deer escape, rooter type trigger. Sorry for the poor photo. [Linked Image]

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This one didn't take much more material than a regular trap as it has no top or bottom. The big door helps get pigs inside. It comes apart and stacks in the back of the truck like plywood

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