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Old 08-15-2005, 05:45 PM   #21
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Hey Jack,

I hate to take this too much further off topic, so check here for some pork sauce recipes. Not too sure how well any of these will work with feral hogs.

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Old 08-16-2005, 01:20 AM   #22
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Jack- Is that a leg-hold trap or more like a hog box? Don't you have javelina down there, and is that the hog you're referring to ? Tejas is so cool! Biggest thing we got here is black bears. Meat is roughly the same color as the outside of the bear, and greasy. Do you or El P. have a good squirrell recipe?
As far as Mom's sauce recipe, she took it to the grave with her. Ain't cooked a hog since. No point to it , really. No sauce. Cooked a couple of goats, though. This is the part where you think quietly to yourself: " Lord, deliver us from homebrewing rednecks!". They're good eating !
El P. - That first sauce sounds like Mom's . Almost brought a tear to my eyes just reading it. ours was always made up in a gallon jug or in a Jim Beam half gallon bottle. Makes my mouth water just to think about it! To stay on topic, I'll say that I bet it'd go good with a homebrew.

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Old 08-27-2005, 09:27 PM   #23
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Howdy Suds,

My Hog traps are a '6' design, also called a 'silo' trap.
I have pictures and post one soon.

Imagine a '6'.
Made out of cattle panels.
Wired to steel fence posts,
Real good.

The inside of the '6', is not wired tight, but ...
thats where the Hog gets in.

A big Hog can pull any fence post in the world if they can get their nose under it.
They are powerful to the right, the left, forwards, upwards, but...

Hog can't pull.

There is no door on the trap.
The Hog can root in and as long as there is feed more can root in...
But it is kinda like the roach motel,

They can root in,
but they can't root out.


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Old 08-28-2005, 02:40 AM   #24
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Souds like the same concept as a pound net. Imagine, if you will, a net leading out from the shore. A fish traveling along the shore will hit the net and turn to follow it . About 100 yards from the shore, he'll go into a chamber shaped like a heart. He enters at the top of the heart and exits at the bottom. This takes him into the kitchen or bunt of the net. What separates us from fish ( and hogs) is that we're smart enough to get out. Thank God for evolution. It's a little known fact that fish ( and hogs) can't make beer. It's good to be high on the food ( beer) chain.

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