There's always the old flood 'em out method, too.One of the local golf course grounds keepers usually has success with a 'Have-A Heart' trap, but if that doesn't work, he has a favorite #3 wood.
Yep you are right. Went out an purchased a trap. Now to catch the little bugger!!!!!You should buy a trap yourself or partner with a neighbor. If you have one hog you have more!
Snare regulations require they be a certain distance from the ground on certain things. I was just trying to be funny. Guess it fell on deaf eye's! oops there I go again.??huh??
No it is funny now cause I didnt know about those kinds of snare regulations. I use them on my ground hogs cause they are a whole lot QUIETER than a .22 ergo you have less chance of a neighbor calling the cops on you for shooting a firearm in a residential community. My way is probably also illegal now I know that, but it doesnt advertise what I'm doing to the general public!Snare regulations require they be a certain distance from the ground on certain things. I was just trying to be funny. Guess it fell on deaf eye's! oops there I go again.
Or wait patiently not far from his hole until he either returns or heads out for a snack. I nailed one with a spade shovel a few years ago not long after my house was built. I let him exit his hole (which was in my backyard), then followed him as silently as I could for about 50 yards. He was snacking on steel seconds later.if you can not shoot it go to a farm store and buy a bottle of fox urine...pour it down both holes every couple days until you see no activity