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Fall Hog Hunts at Shiloh Ranch
Hogs
Contributors to this thread:
INbowdude 04-Oct-18
Skippy 04-Oct-18
BowhuntKS 05-Oct-18
Buffalo1 05-Oct-18
writer 13-Oct-18
foxwillkill 14-Oct-18
writer 14-Oct-18
powder 08-Nov-18
bad karma 09-Nov-18
Buffalo1 09-Nov-18
foxwillkill 09-Nov-18
Family Man 09-Nov-18
BowhuntKS 10-Nov-18
BowhuntKS 10-Nov-18
INbowdude 16-Nov-18
BigOk 16-Nov-18
Buffalo1 17-Nov-18
INbowdude 20-Nov-18
buschwack 20-Nov-18
buschwack 20-Nov-18
Buffalo1 27-Nov-18
bad karma 27-Nov-18
KSBOW 28-Nov-18
INbowdude 28-Nov-18
Arrowflinger 28-Nov-18
Family Man 09-Dec-18
INbowdude 19-Dec-18
boothill 20-Dec-18
boothill 20-Dec-18
The Yode 25-Dec-18
INbowdude 25-Dec-18
The Yode 27-Dec-18
INbowdude 02-Jan-19
The Yode 04-Jan-19
bad karma 04-Jan-19
Scooter Trash 04-Jan-19
The Yode 05-Jan-19
bad karma 07-Jan-19
bad karma 14-Jan-19
Scooter Trash 19-Jan-19
INbowdude 20-Jan-19
03-Oct-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
The past week has been a lot of work for us here, cleaning up after the flood. The good news though is that all this flooding has pushed the hogs up out of the bottoms and they're really on the move now! Here are four of the five taken the past two days by the guys here from Missouri. Congratulations Lafe, Tom, Brent, Dan and Darrell. "Show Me" the pork!

03-Oct-18

04-Oct-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo

04-Oct-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo

From: INbowdude
04-Oct-18
Congrats!

From: Skippy
04-Oct-18
Good time right there for sure. Congrats!

04-Oct-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Baked wild pork chops with gravy. Mmmmm mmmm good!
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Baked wild pork chops with gravy. Mmmmm mmmm good!
The best part of hunting wild hogs is that they're made of wild pork! Here's a recipe for baked wild pork chops or roasted pork back strap: Either slice a section of backstrap into chops or leave it whole and then season well with garlic salt and white pepper. Mix a couple of eggs in a bowl with about an ounce of water. Dredge the meat in the egg mixture and then in a pan of bread crumbs (I prefer panko crumbs). Sear the meat on all sides in a pan of hot oil. Place browned meat in a small glass dish then add enough water to fill the dish about 1 inch deep. Add two chicken bouillon cubes then cover and seal well with foil. Place in a 350 degree oven and bake 1 1/2 to 2 hours, depending on thickness of meat. Make sure the liquid doesn't evaporate, add more if needed. After meat is cooked remove the pan drippings and place in a small saucepan to make gravy. If the drippings are too strong you can thin it out with enough water to get a good flavor, then bring to a boil. Mix cornstarch and water in a small cup and add enough to thicken the gravy. Stir constantly while boiling for one minute. Pour gravy over meat and serve.

From: BowhuntKS
05-Oct-18
Dang it Cheryl, sitting here at my desk, now I'm hungry. And all I have is peanut butter crackers.

From: Buffalo1
05-Oct-18
Cheryl,

Thanks for sharing the recipe. Going to give it a try.

13-Oct-18

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Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
We have another group here from Kansas putting a bunch of pork in the freezer. Here's Madison with the hog she shot at stand #3.

13-Oct-18

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Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Frank shot this nice one at stand 5a.

From: writer
13-Oct-18
Wow, it’d be neat to hunt there when the weather is cool or cold. Someday. Nice pigs. Neat recipe.

13-Oct-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Jeff shot this good boar from stand 3.

13-Oct-18

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Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
This is Garrett with the hog he shot from the ground blind at stand 2.

13-Oct-18
Michael, all it takes is a phone call to make that happen! :)

14-Oct-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Ashlen made a good shot on this hog at stand 1.

From: foxwillkill
14-Oct-18
Congrats to the hunters. We are looking forward to Feb. That sure seems along ways off. I guess will have to due with deer and turkeys right now.

From: writer
14-Oct-18
Call is coming, soon.

08-Nov-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
A very nice Texas Dall taken by Gary

08-Nov-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
I took this really nice 10 point chasing does between stands 1a and 1

From: powder
08-Nov-18
Great deer Matt! Congrats!

From: bad karma
09-Nov-18
Matt, it's not fair. You've got ladie's night over at Shiloh Ranch, with all those does, and then, some stud buck comes over to get some action.....and you drill him.

Nice work.

From: Buffalo1
09-Nov-18
Matt, Very nice buck. Congrats !!

From: foxwillkill
09-Nov-18
Great buck Matt

From: Family Man
09-Nov-18
Nice buck, Matt! Hope you guys are getting some time to enjoy (instead of work all the time)! Counting down the days for our Spring Break hunt - looking forward to seeing the newly renovated place!

09-Nov-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Thanks guys! Looking forward to seeing everyone soon! Matt

From: BowhuntKS
10-Nov-18
Dandy buck, big bodied dude too.. nice job

From: BowhuntKS
10-Nov-18
Dandy buck, big bodied dude too.. nice job

From: INbowdude
16-Nov-18
Congrats Matt!

16-Nov-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Well, I used my last buck tag on this nice 9 point. Took him near rattlesnake ridge for those that know our ranch.

From: BigOk
16-Nov-18
Nice!!!!

16-Nov-18

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This was the first piece of liver found along the trail.
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
This was the first piece of liver found along the trail.
We received a text tonight that AJ had shot his first ever hog so we went out to help track. There were two big chunks of liver along the trail so there was mo guessing where the hog was hit. This is the first time I've ever seen such big pieces of organ along a blood trail!

16-Nov-18

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Three smiling faces! Good job AJ!
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Three smiling faces! Good job AJ!
Knowing this was a liver shot we took the Kraken out and turned her loose on the trail within a minute we heard the telltale bark and headed toward where she was marked as "treed" on the GPS. We caught up to her to find where the pig had been jumped from a bed and then died just a few yards down the trail. Congratulations to AJ on his first big game animal!

16-Nov-18

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Proud father and son moment.
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Proud father and son moment.
I think AJ's dad Greg was almost as proud as we were :)

17-Nov-18

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Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Mike also made a good shot tonight from stand #2.

17-Nov-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
And Mike shot this big boar from #5. Chexk out the teeth on this brute!

From: Buffalo1
17-Nov-18
Fantastic second buck there Matt.

Great looking hogs being killed. Some real bruisers. Congrats too to AJ and his successful first trophy !! Many more to come - bet he is addicted now.

From: INbowdude
20-Nov-18
Great buck! Congrats to the hog hunters. What the heck kind of broadhead did the hunter use to cut a chunk of liver out of the body? Pretty wild and must have been one heck of a hole in that critter. See you in a month!

From: buschwack
20-Nov-18
Rage hypodermic 2". There were two chunks of liver, the one pictured is about the size of a cell phone. My 13 yr old son shot that pig at 5a and then couldn't get one to stay broadside long enough on Sat at #4. Once again thanks to Matt, Cheryl and Wes for a great time. See you guys in February.

From: buschwack
20-Nov-18
On a side note. The pig went about 100-150 yds. Could have found it without Kai but better safe then sorry especially with his first hog.

27-Nov-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Cheryl with a nice buck!

From: Buffalo1
27-Nov-18
Nice buck there Cheryl. Congrats !!

From: bad karma
27-Nov-18
Good buck, indeed.

From: KSBOW
28-Nov-18
Nice deer Matt and Cheryl, see you guys soon!!!

From: INbowdude
28-Nov-18
Atta girl! Congrats!

From: Arrowflinger
28-Nov-18
Those are some nice bucks you two took. and still providing an excellent hog hunt for your hunters! I'm going to have to get down there. If nothing else maybe just for a visit!

01-Dec-18
Thank you all for the comments! We have been abundantly blessed this season with four good bucks.

From: Family Man
09-Dec-18
Heck yeah! Matt & Cheryl deserve an awesome deer season! I know how much work they put into their operation and it's great to see them enjoying themselves every now and then!

From: INbowdude
19-Dec-18
This thread is stale. I'm going to have to go down to Shiloh and try to freshen it up a bit. Might even try the old live hunt thing if the coverage holds. Look for some updates Friday night!

From: boothill
20-Dec-18
I guess if your going to go I'll just meet you down there and help out INbowdude. Maybe treat ourselves to a Xmas hog or 2 this weekend? I think so

20-Dec-18

Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Tradman and Huntress's embedded Photo
Hunters that just left (6 of them) shot 9 hogs. Yode got this one.

From: boothill
20-Dec-18
Old Yode is looking a little wet in that picture. Looks like the ran is moving out and nice weather ahead for the weekend. See you soon!!

From: The Yode
25-Dec-18
A little muddy but no rain. Just some fog/drizzle in the mornings. The concrete is wet because it was rinsed off. All and all, a fantastic hunt! Finally got my hog (148 lbs) on the last morning at 7. Went about 10 yards! Hit it right in the elbow and the broadhead stuck in a far rib. It ran a few feet, fell, ran a few feet and fell. Not sure why but I ain't complain'in! Boy, Les can sure dress out those hogs fast! He was careful and pulled the broadhead out with a pliers. We saw three huge ones while we were riding back with my hog. Fantastic trip!

From: INbowdude
25-Dec-18
Congrats Yode!

From: The Yode
27-Dec-18
Everything is wrapped and frozen except for some pieces I am going to test out my smoker on. Basically going smoke everything. So many rubs and so little time!

From: INbowdude
02-Jan-19
Yode, how did the smoker go with the pork?

From: The Yode
04-Jan-19
Tried two different commercial rubs. Tasted great except they were too hot for my taste. Going to try some recipes from the web and one more commercial one that isn't supposed to have so much kick to it. Weather has been so cold that I haven't tried smoking for a week or so (highs in the teens). It is warming up though so time to try again!

From: bad karma
04-Jan-19
Try the Georgia Boys BBQ rub from the Savory Spice Shop, available on-line if you don't get near a spice store that often. Not hot....and works well with a pork shoulder.

04-Jan-19
We smoke a bunch of pork and just use plain ol' seasoned salt, rubbed liberally before smoking. If you want to get real fancy, rub with mustard before applying the seasoned salt. Both result in a flavorful smoked meat without the belly burn that comes with cayenne. -Cheryl

04-Jan-19
Cheryl, I wish you still had the Spicy Texican Wild Boar seasoning for sale in the cook shack. That stuff was awesome.

From: The Yode
05-Jan-19
Thanks Kevin and Cheryl. What was that old saying? "So many rubs, so little time."

From: bad karma
07-Jan-19
There are always more pigs to shoot, Ken. Oklahoma won't run out of them.

07-Jan-19
Paul- I forgot all about my homemade rubs I used to sell! I'll have to see if I can dig up the old recipes to share.

From: bad karma
14-Jan-19
And, Cheryl, I've had requests for your soaps from folks like Jon Seim, who were hoping I'd bring some back for their wives.....hate to ask you to make soap on your birthday, though.

15-Jan-19
LOL Kevin! I've certainly done more painful projects on my birthday! It's funny you should mention soap, as my milk goat Minnie just came fresh this Saturday. I've ordered some new molds that I'm itching to try, so should have some new batches made up before you come back in March. I shouldn't admit it, but I held back the last few bars from last season for our own use. I can't stand store bought soap after switching to the goat milk soap.

19-Jan-19

Scooter Trash's embedded Photo
Scooter Trash's embedded Photo
Cheryl and Matt, Mark and I had another wonderful time down visiting again.

From: INbowdude
20-Jan-19
Congrats! Nice trad hog hunt.

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