8 Hogs Down, Standing, Walking, Running, Head and Long Shots

Discussion in 'Hog Hunting' started by Double Naught Spy, Jan 10, 2019.


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  1. Double Naught Spy

    Double Naught Spy Well-Known Member

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    I was able to return to a property that was made off limits during deer season, but the hunters filled their tags and I was granted access anew to work on the hogs. Apparently, nobody has pressured them in several weeks...until last night.

    The last hunt of the night was on a property I have hunted for a couple of years. It isn't particularly large, only 80 acres or so, but the cattle operation keeps it in a park-like condition with good visibility. The only down side are the cross fences for the cattle operation and some of these are 8 strand fences that you don't want to try shooting through, lest you hit one or more wires. And of course, I spied hogs, just on the other side of one of these fences...

     
  2. Capt RB

    Capt RB Well-Known Member

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    Always enjoy your videos thanks for sharing
     
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  3. Heavyiron

    Heavyiron Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    Great video, thanks for sharing
     
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    scrmblr1982cj8 Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    More awesomeness!
     
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  5. Packrat 6

    Packrat 6 Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    Very nice
     
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  6. 556shooter

    556shooter Well-Known Member

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    I wish we had hogs to shoot in Oregon. Looks like fun and bacon is delicious!
     
  7. Double Naught Spy

    Double Naught Spy Well-Known Member

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    You do have hogs in Oregon, just not as many and for that you really should be thankful. You know, the only reason I got into hunting was because hogs invaded a property I own and started doing damage. Yes, they can be enjoyable to pursue and there is a great sense of satisfaction in knowing that you are doing good for the landowner, but at the same time, it would just be best if the problem wasn't a problem.
     
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