Revenge

talltexanrancher

Active Member
Joined
Aug 28, 2019
Messages
44
Location
Sugar Land, TX
Yes, Sir! .280 brings home the BACON!!!:D
Very Nice!
Thanks. I usually pass on sows these days unless they are causing me a problem. However, big boar hogs, like coyotes, are always on my radar, especially a boar that's bumping my tripod feeders - cause that just ain't right.
 

mwellb

Member
Joined
Sep 10, 2019
Messages
16
Location
Texas
Nice one. Glad to see him resting peacefully.

I can relate about the feeder issue. Very annoying for feeders w/o a pen around them.
 

talltexanrancher

Active Member
Joined
Aug 28, 2019
Messages
44
Location
Sugar Land, TX
3EDC1D6B-C4AC-47B9-B84C-36D777960A49.jpeg
Nice one. Glad to see him resting peacefully.

I can relate about the feeder issue. Very annoying for feeders w/o a pen around them.
We feed year round and generally we’ve been pretty lucky with the bumping feeder thing over the years, but every now and then we encounter a hog, almost always a big boar, who just can’t help himself. We hang a trail camera to determine the guilty party and specifically hunt it until it’s gone. Here’s a nice boar I took yesterday morning in our hay pasture.
 

scrmblr1982cj8

Well-Known Member
LRH Team Member
Joined
Jul 14, 2013
Messages
967
Location
La Grange, KY
Thanks. I usually pass on sows these days unless they are causing me a problem. However, big boar hogs, like coyotes, are always on my radar, especially a boar that's bumping my tripod feeders - cause that just ain't right.
Why pass on the baby pig makers? I’d think you’d want them all dead?
 

Trending threads

Top