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    Boolit Grand Master Texas by God's Avatar
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    Great report and pics, thanks for sharing. Unless you had to pay a fee per hog, why did you let ANY go? No closed season- no bag limit- any means and methods- are all for a reason! Thanks for killing the ones that you did!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas by God View Post
    Great report and pics, thanks for sharing. Unless you had to pay a fee per hog, why did you let ANY go? No closed season- no bag limit- any means and methods- are all for a reason! Thanks for killing the ones that you did!

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    The hunt included two hogs in the basic fee. The two boys that got three upgraded to an extra hog. With ten hogs to process and bring home we were pretty much satisfied. I'll make it a point to kill more next time! Glad you enjoyed the read.

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    Yeeee Hawwww
    Wonderful report and pictures
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    It sounds like a good time was had by everyone! We're over run with them here in Arkansas. I shot 5 during deer season, without wanting to. If they come out around your deer stand you're not going to see any deer so you may as well shoot them! My BIL puts on a hunt at camp for a few out of state friends and they kill a few but I think they come mostly to hang out and get away from home!

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    Way cool.

    They multiply like a virus or mold. You'd think they were born pregnant.
    There'll be more than double that population next year.
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    Texas by God had it right. When it comes to hawg killin', size don't matter. Unless of course you were having to pay per hog. I'm only 15 miles from the Red River in far S.E. Oklahoma. We were having some major issues 7-8 years ago and opened war on hogs. A lot of farming goes on in the Red River bottoms near me. Farmers were having the devil of a time. It's nothing for a herd of hogs to wipe out 200 acres of corn in a week or less.

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