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Discussion in 'Hog Hunting' started by mrc, Sep 25, 2006.
200 lber taken in the mountains of SC.
Nice, sure would not want to cross paths with that beat in the woods without a gun. Thanks for sharing.
Very nice Whens the pickin!:big_smile:
Man that's a hog...no pun intended lol. How'd you like that chasing you through the woods?
I knew there was a reason I cut back on my pork consumption. ROTFLOL! If that thing is as mean as it looks you are up against it without a weapon. I have never encountered a wild one before...
One ugly thang fer sure! Was suppose to go out on a hog hunt one time, I was all up for it. They were going to use rednose pits, seemed interesting but it fell thru.
Nice hog, very big one too. Thanks for posting, I know this is a 'catfishing' site, but I like seeing other 'catches' as well. :lol:
awsome picture thanks.
that'll be good eatin
Nice... I would love to get one of those with my bow.
What area did you get him in?
Man what a hog, Looks mean too. Add a meat grinder and equal parts venison, some spices and man ya got's some great sausage.... YUM!
Congratulations Brother, That'll Make A Good Hog Roast.
mmmmmmm Bacon....:dribble: :dribble: :dribble:
Congrats on the big boar:big_smile:
I have been buying hay from a guy south of Greenleaf State Park in Oklahoma that trains "Hog Huntin Dogs!" He says when he takes people out for a hunt they don't carry a gun, only a knife! Hard to believe but I think he is serious. That's just plain scaryoooh:
Best to Ya
Yeah, the catch dog holds the hog(sometimes several pits) and the bay dog lets the hunter know when the hogs been pinned.
Tied the hogs legs together and run a stick threw it and carry the live mad hog out and keep him pinned up for a few days, feed him corn to get the wildness out of the meat.
Heard one man talk that a hogs tusk got one of his pits, rip his belly open, was a mess, the pit didnt let go. Of course the dog died, but yeah, its a serious hunt. Always make sure to have a tree around to run too and that no one is running to same tree you are, if so, may the faster runner win!
Thats a big ole hog You don`t have to climb high to get away from one just higher than his head When you jump one he willl either run away or charge they are fun to hunt:cool2:
man that things huge
Nice hog thanks for sharing.
Man i'd love to hunt those some day. I heard about a guy who shot one of those with his bow and the arrow shattered because the bone is so hard!
Good looking Eurasian wild hog. We have them as well as Russian's in Missouri, a growing problem increasing in numbers. Largest taken so far, 423lb. male Eurasian. We are not allowed to use lights, night vision, lasers, dogs, horses or ATV's so I stalk by the light of the full moon, at dusk or dawn. I use scents or baits to lure them in and hold them for a shot. VERY aggresive animals, I have been knocked down twice after being charged. This is a new sport in our area but increasing in popularity due to illegal dumping of Eurasian & Russian hogs in deep woods. Excellent eating, I had wild boar bacon for breakfast and will be have BBQ boar pork chops for dinner.