Northern California Hog

Discussion in 'Hog Hunting' started by HJW, Dec 16, 2011.

  1. HJW

    HJW Well-Known Member

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    Me and the old man went to shoot a few coyotes before my final on Monday, and end up with this! A sow runs out of the trees, he shoots it, and two hours later after a lot of belly crawling through some thick brush following blood, I shoot it once more to put it down!

    The first shot was around 100 yards, and the second was a whopping 15 yards.
    Not much of a long range shot but still a good time, and I made it back in time
    for my final!

    -Hunter
     

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  2. rayo9954

    rayo9954 Well-Known Member

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    Way to go.Thats a nice pig.How much did it weigh?
     

  3. rjmarine

    rjmarine Well-Known Member

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    just from the pic i would say 260 lbs.
     
  4. hatfield954

    hatfield954 Well-Known Member

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    Nice hog. Regardless of the laws around here, if one of those came up on me while I am deer hunting, it will be introduced to the back side of a .308 round.
     
  5. HJW

    HJW Well-Known Member

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    Thanks everyone. I have no idea on the weight, all we had time to do was get that meat off quick and get back into town for my final!
     
  6. feelinducky

    feelinducky Well-Known Member

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    Was that on public or private land?