Hog hunting Video in South Texas

Discussion in 'Hog Hunting' started by HRstretch, May 5, 2008.

  1. HRstretch

    HRstretch Well-Known Member

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  2. royinidaho

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    That's pretty darn good watchin'!

    Tho't I saw kind of a double there for a bit.....


    I like the boots. Wish I'd of had something like them when in the catahoula training pen with a bunch of hogs instead of that darn hunk of plywood.;)

    Are the big ones like that good eatin'?.
     

  3. HRstretch

    HRstretch Well-Known Member

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    If the big ones are not a breeding boar then they usually are eatable. This one was edible and had plenty of fat on him. Yes there were two double shots in the video. The two middle ones.
     
  4. baldhunter

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    Great shooting!That STW really puts the hammer to themgun)
     
  5. VSSF

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    Thats ALOT of bacon.Good shooting.
     
  6. 115vld

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    Stretch,

    I live in Katy now. We need to meet over in George Bush Park and meet on the 600 yard line someday!

    Chase
     
  7. HRstretch

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    Sounds good, look forward to meeting you. Went there a couple of weekends ago to verify zero on my STW and it was crazy. Even the 200 and 300 yard benches were busy. Would not even go near the 100 yard line at this time of year.
     
  8. 115vld

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    817-613-6785 Call me sometime.
    I am going to test the 168 Bergers in my 7WSM today. I am getting 3125fps as of now with a slightly compressed load of 70gr H1000.

    Chase