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Pig Brig #3970570
09/01/23 09:51 PM
09/01/23 09:51 PM
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Tallapoosa county, Alabama
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BIG HAIRY HUNTER Offline OP
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Has anybody had any luck or have friends that have had any luck with these particular traps?

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #3970684
09/02/23 07:27 AM
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Yes lots here use and love them. I run Jager Pro traps and they are great as well

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #3970690
09/02/23 07:44 AM
09/02/23 07:44 AM
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Yes

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #3972798
09/05/23 07:42 AM
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They are great traps. The best part about them is you do not have to stay up all night waiting for the hogs to go in, and there are no mechanical parts to fail.

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #3979892
09/16/23 03:51 PM
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Louisiana/Clarke
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Absolutely deadly. I knocked out our pig problem in about 4 months. Now it’s just the occasional group showing up 1-2 times a year and they don’t last long. Had a group of 5 show the other day and I’m about to go introduce them to brig next week.

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #3983796
09/22/23 08:29 AM
09/22/23 08:29 AM
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Alabama
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The biggest key is being able to get to the trap quickly. If you live far away trapping is much more difficult. But you could say that for any trap.

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #3991605
10/04/23 08:15 PM
10/04/23 08:15 PM
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Sylacauga
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Yes, excellent trap. Two sets and 30 dead

Re: Pig Brig [Re: chevydude2015] #3992357
10/06/23 08:19 AM
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Originally Posted by chevydude2015
The biggest key is being able to get to the trap quickly. If you live far away trapping is much more difficult. But you could say that for any trap.

This is what I like about Jager Pro. If someone is at the farm I can drop the gate if no one is there I choose to let th pigs feed and leave.

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #3999141
10/17/23 06:10 AM
10/17/23 06:10 AM
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Orange Beach, AL
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Customer of mine said Brunson Net in Foley is building the netting. $450 for the small and 650 for the larger. You buy the component package from Pig Bring and you can get into one for around thousand including t-posts.

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #3999364
10/17/23 01:27 PM
10/17/23 01:27 PM
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Montgomery
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I need one on our lease in bullock. I got a sounder of about 10 including piglets that need to go.


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Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #4002869
10/22/23 10:13 PM
10/22/23 10:13 PM
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Prattville AL
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They are good traps. But, they do have flaws. By law, you have to check it each day. So, you have to put a texting camera on it or you have check it in person.
The pigs will chew out of the netting if you leave them in the trap too long.

I sell the Jager Pro trap and I still believe it to be the best trap on the market. But, I have only caught near 3,000 in my traps to date. LOL

Jager Pro has a model that runs just about the same price and it comes with a texting camera. It also qualifies under the cost/share rules.

The BS about staying up all night is just a sales pitch. I rarely catch pigs after 10 PM.

Another sales pitch is the BS about you don't have to have a texting camera. Yet, dang near every owner of a Pig Brig puts a texting camera on their trap.

I personally think our "Techno Trap" is far superior. I don't think I have ever seen a person buy a bass boat and not get a trolling motor and some kind of fish finder! LOL


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The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. Edmund Burke
Re: Pig Brig [Re: ElkHunter] #4003589
10/24/23 01:23 AM
10/24/23 01:23 AM
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Wilcox County
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Originally Posted by ElkHunter
They are good traps. But, they do have flaws. By law, you have to check it each day. So, you have to put a texting camera on it or you have check it in person.
The pigs will chew out of the netting if you leave them in the trap too long.

I sell the Jager Pro trap and I still believe it to be the best trap on the market. But, I have only caught near 3,000 in my traps to date. LOL

Jager Pro has a model that runs just about the same price and it comes with a texting camera. It also qualifies under the cost/share rules.

The BS about staying up all night is just a sales pitch. I rarely catch pigs after 10 PM.

Another sales pitch is the BS about you don't have to have a texting camera. Yet, dang near every owner of a Pig Brig puts a texting camera on their trap.

I personally think our "Techno Trap" is far superior. I don't think I have ever seen a person buy a bass boat and not get a trolling motor and some kind of fish finder! LOL

jager pro is a solid trap for sure however not everyone has 5k to drop on a hog trap.. there are other traps & gates very similar to what jager pro uses that work just as well for a fraction of the cost

Re: Pig Brig [Re: ElkHunter] #4005423
10/26/23 08:21 PM
10/26/23 08:21 PM
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Posts: 1,957
Molino, FL
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Originally Posted by ElkHunter
They are good traps. But, they do have flaws. By law, you have to check it each day. So, you have to put a texting camera on it or you have check it in person.
The pigs will chew out of the netting if you leave them in the trap too long.

I sell the Jager Pro trap and I still believe it to be the best trap on the market. But, I have only caught near 3,000 in my traps to date. LOL

Jager Pro has a model that runs just about the same price and it comes with a texting camera. It also qualifies under the cost/share rules.

The BS about staying up all night is just a sales pitch. I rarely catch pigs after 10 PM.

Another sales pitch is the BS about you don't have to have a texting camera. Yet, dang near every owner of a Pig Brig puts a texting camera on their trap.

I personally think our "Techno Trap" is far superior. I don't think I have ever seen a person buy a bass boat and not get a trolling motor and some kind of fish finder! LOL


I’m not familiar enough with the Jager Pro, but don’t you have to have a cell camera on it as well to know when to drop the gate?

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #4006182
10/28/23 12:43 PM
10/28/23 12:43 PM
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W. Al
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I once had some land that was loaded with wild hogs. I could not see paying the price so i built my own. I made a frame that was 6' long and 3' high. I went to lowes and bought 1" EMT. and brazed it together with a few braces . I tied heavy hog wire around it. I made the gate 3' square to fit the front opening and hinged it at the top. It was held up by a rod that went back to the trigger.,and thru a 1/2" washer that was brazed on top of the gate I bought 2 gate latches for each trap and brazed them where they would line up when the gate fell. I soured corn in buckets (Just like pa pa when he made corn liker). That worked like a charm. I once had 7 shoats in one trap and a very large boar in the other. The boar bloodied himself up trying to brake out.

Re: Pig Brig [Re: auburn17] #4018179
11/16/23 10:42 PM
11/16/23 10:42 PM
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Prattville AL
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They do. Alabama law requires each trap to be checked daily. The camera satisfies that requirement. If you don't have a texting camera on your trap you have to go to the trap and check it!


Alabama Hog Control, Inc.
www.alabamahogcontrol.com
Barry Estes

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. Edmund Burke
Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #4018232
11/17/23 01:59 AM
11/17/23 01:59 AM
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Clayton, AL
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Have both and prefer the brig. I’m not good with tech though, I’ve caught a pile in homemade traps with a stick propping up the door. Definitely not a pro though

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #4018233
11/17/23 02:02 AM
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I meant that I’m personally not a professional hog catcher

Re: Pig Brig [Re: JohnG] #4025275
11/26/23 10:11 AM
11/26/23 10:11 AM
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Originally Posted by JohnG
Customer of mine said Brunson Net in Foley is building the netting. $450 for the small and 650 for the larger. You buy the component package from Pig Bring and you can get into one for around thousand including t-posts.

I bought 2 from them and you can be in bussiness for less than $700 total. Traps are $450 each and everything else the hardware store has.

Re: Pig Brig [Re: BIG HAIRY HUNTER] #4068207
01/22/24 08:27 PM
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19 pigs on the 1st set


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Re: Pig Brig [Re: 300gr] #4073560
01/30/24 09:25 AM
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Millry,Al.
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A piece of old batting cage net and $200 worth of posts, straps, and wraps, and I had my own Pig Brig. I let my friends borrow it when needed. It has accounted for quite a few hogs. Catching, trapping, killing hogs is not a complicated task.

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