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drslyr - Mar-24 Mobile live hunt from Ma
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From: drslyr
24-Mar-19
5:22 PM LIVE from Ma*
New hunt new spot. Guided this time. Been told there are pigs here everyday on trail cam. Heard this story before. We shall see

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19
5:39 PM LIVE from Ma*
New hunt new spot. Guided this time. Been told there are pigs here everyday on trail cam. Heard this story before. We shall see

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19
Heading out on an airboat to the stand. This is a first.

24-Mar-19
Knock em' down!

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19
Holy crap. Just got dropped off in hog alligator country 2 miles from land in the swamp from the airboat. Hope he don’t hate northerners.

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19
This spot is covered in animal tracks from deer to gators to thousands of pig tracks

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19

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10 min in just heard a pig grunt

From: Moons22
24-Mar-19
Get em buddy

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19
Been hearing occasional grunts but haven’t seen any yet

From: T Mac
24-Mar-19
Here little piggy

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19

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Sun settin. Here BIG piggy!!

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19

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Corn on the ground 15 to 20 yds. Out. Trail cam in the background on a stake

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19
Starting to look like another bust. Got about 15 to 20 min left

From: Overland
24-Mar-19
That looks like an awesome spot to hunt! What a cool experience, pig or no pig.

From: T Mac
24-Mar-19
Here any piggy!

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19
Nuthin again. This could be my last ever FL pig hunt.

From: drslyr
24-Mar-19
I’ve hunted FL for 15 yrs and have not 1 pig to show for the thousands I’ve spent tryin. We’ve shot 4 in that time and never recovered 1

From: Two Feathers
24-Mar-19
You've got me worried. I don't have 15 years left. That's got to be frustrating. A lot of time and $$$ and no bacon.

From: Moons22
25-Mar-19
U got bad luck with those pigs huh!

From: drslyr
25-Mar-19
This was a very promising hunt. 2 miles out in the swamp by airboat. Sign everywhere. 3 pig runs pounded into the mud coming to the clearing where I was. I even heard pigs grunting in the distance.. the problem is these guided hunts are 150 per day wether you see one or not. Then we’ll give you a break for a 100 a day after that. It ain’t cheap. And they ain’t runnin everywhere like everybody thinks. It’s as hard as deer hunting and way more expensive. The only other way would be if you lived here and had the time to figure out where they were. But now your talking public land with a season and a license . I’ve hunted fenced which you see many and they are unbelievably skittish cuz they get shot at everyday and I’ve hunted free range. Free range is the only way to go. So boys hunting wild free range pigs in FL is a tough game and unless you get real lucky be ready to spend lotso money.

From: drslyr
25-Mar-19
I will say this guy was one of the best that I’ve hunted with all these times I’ve hunted in Fl. If you headed here pm me and I’ll give ya his name and number. He’s located around Mims... lil south of Daytona.

From: spike78
25-Mar-19
Are they winding you?

From: drslyr
26-Mar-19
No spike the wind was perfect

From: Two Feathers
26-Mar-19
Do you need a license for your Florida hunt?

From: drslyr
26-Mar-19
No in Florida on private land no lic. Required. No limit and any weapon day or night . Bait lights lazer, full automatic machine guns, rocket launchers, thermal imiging grenades dam missiles. Anything goes

From: spike78
26-Mar-19
No I meant are they coming from behind and winding you without you seeing them?

From: drslyr
27-Mar-19
No spike they are definitely a by nose animal. But the setup of this hunt was perfect. Steady wind in the right direction. If they had come in downwind I would have seen them. I could see a quarter mile downwind.

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