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Discussion in 'Texas Hunting & Fishing' started by jsbcats, Sep 17, 2009.
Thanks for the info. I'm planing a hog hunting trip for this winter sometime and will be bringing dish washing gloves!
Wow! I never knew about that, thanks for sharing.
Even more reason to hunt and kill these nasty things.
But they sure are tasty!!!
Them are some nasty critters.
Wow ! Never heard of that. I know lots of guys who clean hogs & no1 has ever mentioned it. I wonder if my dog can get it when he catches them. He's always gnawing of their ears.
+1...thanks for the info.
cant I just leave them for the coyotes instead..... they gotta eat too...... people feed birds.... why cant we feed the coyotes.... what does Texas Park and Wildlife say about this?
the best gloves i found are shoulder length gloves the vet uses when he's pregnancy testing cows and as far as i know TPW doesn't care if you leave them laying because they are not a game animal.
Double-glovin' wouldn't be a bad precaution. Nitrile (NOT latex) wrist-length gloves w/at least elbow length rubber overgloving. Nitrile is a LOT tougher than latex, and less likely to tear/rip.