By Chris Monhof
Published: Southern Outdoors Magizine: February 2015
Saturday, Brian Monhof and I went to deliver a JAGER M.I.N.E. Trap to a farmer in South Georgia. We then continued to Thomasville, GA to service a few hog bait sites and conduct hog Continue reading
Thermal Optics Used to Control Hogs and Coyotes
by Chris Monhof
Published: Southern Outdoors Magazine: December 2014
A few nights ago, I pulled into a freshly harvested peanut field about 8:45 to conduct a hog control mission for a local farmer. The field is in close proximity to a cow pasture that has had coyote problems in the past. Continue reading
By Will Brantley
writes Brow Tines and Backstrap
June 9, 2014
We’re slipping across a sprawling Georgia peanut field, four of us, walking single file. Jager Pro’s Chris Monhof is up front, watching the pigs through a thermal vision monocular. His partner Clint Housel is in the rear, ensuring the outdoor writers in the middle don’t step out of line and screw up the whole thing. I have to take Monhof at his word that the pigs are there, since I can’t see squat. It’s a moonless night in late February, and a special kind of dark.
By Ken Perrotte
Published: Military Times (Army Times), Mar. 29, 2014 – 06:00AM
Filed Under:OFFduty:Sports & Outdoors
Retired Army Chief Warrant Officer
Wild swine are devastating property and wildlife across the country and one way to combat the threat is to employ military-like tactics such as night vision.
By Brian Lynn (RSS)
Published: American Hunter RSS, Nov. 18, 2011
Published: Oct. 14, 2011
With all due respect… RIP “Taz” DiGregorio.
“Think, ‘hog control,’ not hunting.”
Using thermal-imaging technology to put the cross-hairs on feral hogs.
By Drew Hall
Published in the June 2008 issue of GON
It’s 0100 hours and pitch-black dark as my team and I await our target’s arrival. We’d been briefed just hours before of the mass amount of damage our targets have caused. Continue reading