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    Default Do hogs really scare deer off ?

    this series of photos suggests YES real bad as the momma doe was moving along quickly and the poor little fawn with her was in the air a bunch going several directions just a minute before a few oinkers rolled in .
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    need to lay the Kaboom! on those swine Outlaw!

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    we recently installed walkway led nightlights on the feeder legs and will very likely do some night hunting soon . I have shown several folks how to hunt them at night really cheap and to be sure 3 dollars worth of led dollar store lights duct taped to the feeder legs is a nice program on a budget .
    stay tuned and maybe this weekend if the heat don't ruin it for us we will go play night stalker on them . I know its supposed to hit 100 plus though and to be sure even after dark that's mighty warm weather to try to hunt in .
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    Yes they will and have basically ruined my hunting grounds last year & this year. The deer are still around but will not feed together and the hogs are destroying the land.

    I tried to shoot as many as possible last year but it's tough when the place I have is bow hunt only. I just picked up a new, larger trap to try to eliminate more at 1 time and hopefully it will work. Should be setting up the trap this weekend & hope to start piling them up. With a problem as large as yours a large corral trap may be best to eliminate as many as possible at 1 time. You can put a continuous catch door on it & more and more will enter. Set it up in a shady location & put a water tub in there if you can't get to it daily to check it then they should be able to survive for a few days even when locked in the corral.
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    I have seen deer in a field and the hogs came in and the deer left like a flushed covey of quail.

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    yes I have seen similar myself , deer for sure spook when hogs come , they seem to be less afraid of coyotes than hogs from what I have observed in the past .
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