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at least wait 'till i'm gone

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Unread 11-11-2013, 01:35 AM
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Re: at least wait 'till i'm gone

Oh man, I think I figured out what needs to be done in January. Been wondering what to do since they cancelled tanners this year, that just looks like way to much fun.

Any recommendations on what states are best? And is it predominantly a private land deal, or are there places for the "do it yourselfers"?

Congrats on what looks like a fun hunt.
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    Unread 11-11-2013, 11:41 AM
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    Re: at least wait 'till i'm gone

    flip - i suppose you could eat them, if they don't eat you first. and no I didn't crap my pantsÖ i checked!!!

    Angus - nope not a carpenter, just a killer

    Coy - hunting your neck of the woods, almost in your backyard... might want to keep your blinds pulled down!

    HARP - shot these in tall crp grass between two cotton fields

    Fish - i havenít hunted hogs anywhere but texas, but there seems to be plenty to go around. rather than pick one off sitting in someone's deer stand, you might look into chasing them down with dogs and stabbing it. not that iím blood thirsty or anything. it's just at my age warm whisky and white lace will only take you so far.
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    Unread 12-06-2013, 10:30 PM
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    Re: at least wait 'till i'm gone

    Bet you remember to take a sidearm with you next time! That be a whole lot of tusks with bad attitude to deal with.
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