Readyrod wrote: No, in fact...where I have it now is a semi-permanent spot because of the amount of hog traffic there. Terrain features, wooded areas and water combine to "funnel" them through this area. To some degree. It is possible to move (encourage) hogs to change their route over small distances. Generally, I am comfortable feeding hogs to another location...as far as 200-300 yds. but it can take time. As long as hogs are coming to one area there is no requirement to change it, if that is your question. I will use snares on occassion...but only if I can not shoot or trap a particular animal. Obviously...snares are "non-selective" and you really need to know what you are doing to avoid catching animals other than the target. "Techniques": Basically means Trapping, Shooting, Snaring and Hunting with dogs. (Well....there is the helicopter approach also, but since I do not own a helicopter we will not be discussing that technique). "Tricks": Are numerous and varied. Some are area specific... some can be broadly applied. If you have specific questions I will try my best to answer them. That is correct. Anywhere there is good habitat and hogs are firmly established....you will never be rid of them. The words "hogs" and "eradication" should not be used in the same sentence IMO. It is wishful thinking...at best. Flint.