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Welcome to The Hawg Stopper

U. S. Patent Number 8,061,076 / 8,336,250

Patented Wild Hog Traps All Handmade in the U.S.A. – Rolls anywhere, Fast, Fun & Easy

PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO LOOK AT SOME LIVE CATCHES VIDEOS

CLICK ON VIDEO ON THE RIGHT AND SIT BACK AND ENJOY.

Our Patented Hog Trap


Hogs caught on 2011-11-05_16 Our wild pig trap is 7 1/2′ diameter across center 42” tall. Cattle panel is welded to inside and outside. The trap weight is 250 pounds. It has a drop down door with a double locking device. It has 4 tie down stakes, with an escape hole in top to let turkeys and black bear out.

States represented with The Hawg Stopper already in use are as follows;

Mississippi, South Carolina, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina , Tennessee, Alabama ,California, Indiana and New Mexico is the newest.


 

A Hog trap That Really Works

Watch our youtube video below for a demo:

Steve McGranahan (The World’s Strongest Redneck) demonstrating


Brandon's catch in Hampton AR on 06-19-08HogInThickWoods6HogsInTrapspoon-bend-20-06-30-07

A very well built strong well designed trap able to catch and hold 17 hogs in one trap in 2008.

But the record has now been Broken — 2010 record is now 22 in one trap caught by the Wildlife Department.

The largest boar caught weighed 403 lbs.

 

Buck-A-Rama

A Super Strong Trap

You can carry this trap on any 4 wheeler trailer.  It only takes 10 minutes to unload, set up and bait.  It is fast easy and FUN!

This hand made trap is presently in 14 states and 45 wildlife districts. 

We are a registered hog trap manufacturer in Arkansas, and have been in business since March 13th  2008.  

- PLEASE BE AWARE -

We will prosecute on ALL COPY CATS or infringement rights on this special design trap to the "fullest" extent of the law within the borders of the United States of AMERICA.


Isaiah 40.31 But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.