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    Boolit Master

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    My hog hunting buddy and I have booked a two nighter with hogswat.com next week. Hopefully we can used borrowed night vision scopes to reduce the Georgia hog population some.

    I don't think hogs take that much killing. Two years ago I killed one that went 506 lbs with a 165 RD cast bullet at 1800 in a .308. Two shots and he was history. Meat was kinda tough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMC45 View Post
    Kill. Them. All.
    They don't make enough bullets to kill them all.
    Go now and pour yourself a hot one...

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    Fifty years a lawyer and you still look down your nose at your fellow citizens who study and know law better than you. Every
    citizen is an attorney.

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    Thatís a problem you donít want to have.


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    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	230408265 and 285 lbs. Great eating size

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    danmat,
    Where at?

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    Central east tx. Trapped a bunch little ones these bigger ones avoid the traps

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    They look tasty. Do they taste like domestic pigs? I have had javelina but not wild hogs.

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    Good morning
    Congratulations !! Those are the best looking posed pigs I have seen for a while.
    "Come unto Me, all you who labor and are heavy burdened, and I will give you rest." Matthew 11:28
    Male Guanaco out in dry lakebed at 10,800 feet south of Arequipa.

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    Where we hunt is all white oak, feeding on acorns and our corn feeders last 2 months about an inch of fat under the hide. Just chicken fried a back strap with potatoes and onions gravy fried eggs here at work 8 guys raving how good the meat was.
    Real similar to domestic hogs just no fat in the meat leaner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau Cassidy View Post
    This is the first time we have documented hogs on the farm. I have recently heard of somebody seeing one in the area but discounted it since it was second hand info. My response to that is is you have one hog you have a lot of hogs. Instead of going out with my 4 inch 329 or 629 and pedestrian loads it will be a sig .308 AR or my 5 1/2 inch 629 with full house NOE HP rounds. I hear HP don't penetrate but am willing to take a chance...Trust me....

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    Where bouts was this, Davidson County? We have supposedly had them here in the Ft Campbell area for years, but I personally never seen one, yet. A local hunter also says he has a place to hunt them but he would not divulge the info, presumably because there are either so few or its a small area.
    "Freedom is the sure possession of those alone who have the courage to defend it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by missionary5155 View Post
    Good morning
    Congratulations !! Those are the best looking posed pigs I have seen for a while.
    Thanks you talking about the Inside 2 or outside 2 lol. My son and I.

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