Sitka Gear
Pigs Feet
Hogs
Contributors to this thread:
DL 11-Jan-21
JL 11-Jan-21
Ollie 11-Jan-21
Dale06 11-Jan-21
nowheels 11-Jan-21
Catscratch 11-Jan-21
JL 11-Jan-21
Shuteye 12-Jan-21
Zbone 12-Jan-21
Swampbuck 12-Jan-21
4nolz@work 12-Jan-21
Drahthaar 12-Jan-21
steve 12-Jan-21
JL 12-Jan-21
drycreek 12-Jan-21
Buffalo1 12-Jan-21
From: DL
11-Jan-21

DL's embedded Photo
DL's embedded Photo
Wonder if he could run twice as fast?

From: JL
11-Jan-21
Now that's cool!!

From: Ollie
11-Jan-21
Shot near the Savannah River nuclear plant?

From: Dale06
11-Jan-21
That’s weird.

From: nowheels
11-Jan-21
I guess you’ll have to lower your population estimates based on track count :-)

From: Catscratch
11-Jan-21
Whoa! That's cool. Almost worth a mount of some sort.

From: JL
11-Jan-21
If ya farmed enough of them, you could corner the pickled pig feet market all thru the south at the Sack of Suds and 7-11 check out counters.

From: Shuteye
12-Jan-21
That is unusual as heck. My cousin called me and said he had shot a big doe and couldn't find it. It was in a woods that I had hunted for sixty years so I knew exactly where to start looking. No blood trail of any amount. It took me about three minutes to find the deer. I told him his big doe was a good size buck. He had no antlers and never had antlers. His head was smooth on top. He was using a 430 grain bullet shot from a Henry lever action 45-70. I told him those bullets are for thick skinned big animals and get great penetration but not a big hole. The reason I found the deer so quickly was I knew the deer trails like the palm of my hand and just went to my favorite trail and found the buck very quickly. BTW I had the heart for supper.

From: Zbone
12-Jan-21
Dang, what nuclear plant you hunting around...8^)

From: Swampbuck
12-Jan-21
Damn hogs eat everything, it even ate it’s twin

From: 4nolz@work
12-Jan-21
You'll also see occasional "mule hooves" with no split toes

From: Drahthaar
12-Jan-21
Wow, thanks for sharing. Forrest

From: steve
12-Jan-21
Very cool ! There is actually a domestic breed called the mulefoot, no splits.

From: JL
12-Jan-21
I have seen a hunting show showing the mule foot hogs being hunted free range. I don't remember what state....Tennessee maybe?? They may have been some Russian strain of hog?

From: drycreek
12-Jan-21
LGP hogs (low ground pressure) for flotation in mud, like a wide track dozer ;-)

From: Buffalo1
12-Jan-21
Interesting find. Tks for sharing.

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