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Looking for new G'hog territory in Pa.

 
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Old 03-10-2011, 11:32 AM
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Looking for new G'hog territory in Pa.

I'm located in western Berks and the prime hunting spots are dwindling.
I hunt with a friend and we're looking for some areas to shoot long (and short).
If you care to share a spot or two, we don't kill them all and leave some for next year.
thanks,
Allen
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Old 03-12-2011, 02:58 PM
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Re: Looking for new G'hog territory in Pa.

Hey there,

Not sure just where you are at there.I am up in Bradrord county..Towanda area.I have found the chuck hunting getting pretty tough with,I think the coyots getting them.They have been staying pretty damn close to the hole.We found the best way any more to hunt them is by sneaking along the hedgerows of fields...Also there are more and more farmers getting into this clean and green thing so the don't the fields anymore..It sucks..That is why I have pretty much switched over to crow shooting..This is lots of fun..Try that for a while.....Good luck and sorry I can't help you much....DRIVE around and ask is all I can tell you....John
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