Upcoming reality show and documentary will feature Mike Cain
Left: Mike Cain with a coyote caught at the
Pickens airport. Cain’s daily work as a trapper is the subject of a reality show in the works.
Right: Trappers Mike Cain and Tim Chancey with a big hog caught this week near Monument Road. The old boar was keeping other pigs out of the trap. Cain hopes with this one gone, he can quickly catch the “sounder.”
Mike Cain, the colorful owner of Cain’s Wildlife Removal, will soon be taking his critter-catching work to televised audiences with both a documentary and a reality show coming.
Cain, who has trapped coyote, beaver, wild pigs; removed squirrels, bats and raccoons from attics; and posted online videos of the work, caught the attention of filmmakers this year.
He has a part in a documentary about coyotes in Georgia for Netflix, and a part in a separate reality show he described as along the lines of popular Duck Dynasty.
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