Mastering Wild Hog snaring with Newt Sterling

Newt Sterling has excellent snaring credentials. He routinely snares red and gray fox, raccoon, beaver, otter, muskrat and mink in the salt marshes around his home in Port Republic, New Jersey, and has snared coyote in Ohio. While on a bear hunting trip in Ontario he set a half-dozen snares and caught a huge timber wolf the second day. He has done plenty of demos, including the NTA Conventions, and has been an instructor at the Fur Taker’s College in LaGrange, Indiana. Newt has also worked as a Predator Control Contractor with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, catching fox, coon and feral cats to protect the nests of Piping Plovers, of which there are about 600 nesting pairs in the world. Newt also offer training and trapping instruction, Visit www.snareone.com for more details.

Newt Sterling and his latest how to video on trapping wild hogs.
Wild hogs become very wary of pen-type traps after a few initial catches, and quickly avoid bait sites after being shot at. Snares are an effective, fast, mobile, inexpensive method of controlling hog populations, plus are deadly on wary hogs. After considerable experimentation, Master Snares man Newt Sterling has developed and designed equipment and methods in a system guaranteed to catch and hold hogs ranging in size from piglets to the largest boar. This in-depth 2 hour and 49 minute video contains info on neck snares, foot snares, snare treatment, shock springs, swivels, bait stations and more.
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