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Anyone hunting Low Fence Pigs?
Hogs
Contributors to this thread:
Dino 25-Jan-21
drycreek 25-Jan-21
Dino 25-Jan-21
drycreek 25-Jan-21
DNEWER 25-Jan-21
Highlife 25-Jan-21
Shuteye 26-Jan-21
Dino 26-Jan-21
drycreek 26-Jan-21
DNEWER 26-Jan-21
White Falcon 26-Jan-21
Zebrakiller 26-Jan-21
huntinelk 26-Jan-21
huntinelk 26-Jan-21
huntinelk 26-Jan-21
huntinelk 26-Jan-21
huntinelk 26-Jan-21
SteveB 30-Jan-21
SteveB 30-Jan-21
drycreek 30-Jan-21
Highlife 30-Jan-21
Highlife 30-Jan-21
ahunter76 30-Jan-21
txhunter58 30-Jan-21
JG 30-Jan-21
JG 30-Jan-21
JG 30-Jan-21
JG 30-Jan-21
EmbryOklahoma 30-Jan-21
JG 30-Jan-21
t-roy 30-Jan-21
808bowhunter 30-Jan-21
Dino 30-Jan-21
jstephens61 31-Jan-21
From: Dino
25-Jan-21
Just curious is all...who is doing a guided free range pig hunt? Where at? Details and pics please...getting bored and cold up in the frigid North country.

From: drycreek
25-Jan-21

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Here you go, salivate over this !

From: Dino
25-Jan-21
Bless you Don. Now please take me there! :) Thanks for the pics.

From: drycreek
25-Jan-21
Dino, we have plenty of hogs here in East Texas but everybody shoots the hell out of them and they aren’t consistent, even if you’re corning them. During deer season you’ll hardly ever see them in daylight because the woods are full of stinky humans. I kill most of mine at night with a rifle and a night vision scope from about March until it gets really hot. I’m still pretty mad at them, but I ain’t as young as I used to be.

From: DNEWER
25-Jan-21
Pigs can’t jump fences

From: Highlife
25-Jan-21
No but they sure as hell can dig under them.

From: Shuteye
26-Jan-21
Put a ring in their snouts to stop that. hee hee

From: Dino
26-Jan-21
Bahahaha! There’s always one or two in a room...I mean hunting pigs that have not been bussed into a high fenced ranch LOL!

From: drycreek
26-Jan-21
Dino, all you need is a boar and a doe. At 2.5 litters of 8/10 pigs per year, you too can have your own pig farm. Be careful to fence off your yard, the mofos will dig your petunias up and eat them.

From: DNEWER
26-Jan-21

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Yes I have hunted free range hogs. Texas is the place to be old son! Do your research. I love the night hunting with my longbow. Talk about getting stickbow close. Pigs ain’t they scared at night. And if you get low they don’t mind you much at all. The Scary part is when one decides to challenge you for dominance!

From: White Falcon
26-Jan-21
Pigs can jump fences.

From: Zebrakiller
26-Jan-21

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Pig hunting in Texas is awesome shot 100s just be careful, of scams pigs are not behind every tree on all properties, this hunt was with my mom many moons ago

From: huntinelk
26-Jan-21

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Yep, no fences high or low in miles...top secret location. Great time with family and friends. Some big pigs...some not so big...

From: huntinelk
26-Jan-21

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From: huntinelk
26-Jan-21

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From: huntinelk
26-Jan-21

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From: huntinelk
26-Jan-21

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From: SteveB
30-Jan-21
The height of a fence doesn’t matter when it comes to pigs.

From: SteveB
30-Jan-21
The height of a fence doesn’t matter when it comes to pigs.

From: drycreek
30-Jan-21

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And in other news......these victims of a 12 gauge were found on the road after succumbing to their wounds yesterday afternoon. Another was heard moaning in the woods shortly before your reporter’s son snapped this picture. This is a low fence property, in fact the fence is on the ground in places..........:-)

From: Highlife
30-Jan-21
Any description of the vehicle used in this travesty of a drive by ;)

From: Highlife
30-Jan-21
And the other pig moaning did it get proper medical attention?

From: ahunter76
30-Jan-21

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Shiloh Ranch, Stonewall, Ok... Sponser on here. Plenty of piggies. 6 bowhunters, 2 missed their chances & 4 others arrowed 5 hogs. 1 80#er & 4 between 165 & 224#s ON the scale.

From: txhunter58
30-Jan-21
They are thick in the Texas hill country. I once killed some pigs with my truck and trailer. Was driving country roads at night and the pigs were thick! When a group of 25 lb pigs crossed in front of me I sped up. Took out 5 but I had to finish a couple off with a rock

I have them on my ranch and I hate them so much I take a gun to shoot them. The ranch to my north just hired a helicopter to shoot some of theirs. Killed 129 in 2 hours. Have applied for a supressor in August and can’t wait to shoot some that way. Yes, I know that this is a bowhunting site but I hat them so much I am willing to Cross to the dark side

From: JG
30-Jan-21
I’m lucky to be able to hunt a private ranch that’s over run with hogs. They are creating so much damage our orders are to try to kill as many as we can.

Anyone else try getting two in one shot? I’ve been successful in retrieving two hogs with one arrow twice. I’m sure I’ve killed more but only retrieved the first one. It’s best to do this from the ground. Twice from a tree stand I cut the leg off the back hog. One time the next year a gun hunter killed the hog I took the leg off ( we think, clean cut and close to where I shot). Amazing what a rage can do

The biggest were two 120lb and the others were 20lbers

Boars over 170lb I don’t seem to have enough power with my 10.8 gpi arrow and rage broad head to blow through it with enough power to get two. Sows are much easier.

As you guys know hogs are tough and they don’t stand still for very long. Ive found trying to take two is a fun challenge to give yourself

From: JG
30-Jan-21

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Love rage. Clean cut

From: JG
30-Jan-21

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Next year.

From: JG
30-Jan-21

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20 lbers one arrow

30-Jan-21

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I love low fence pigs. This one is next...

No feeders, no bait piles... just spot and stalk and killing them. The occasional tree stand kill too... minus corn piles.

From: JG
30-Jan-21

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The 120lber. I the arrow snapped in 1/2. I think the arrow just polked through the hog on the back and was in the front hog at same time. Snapped when they took off

From: t-roy
30-Jan-21
Drycreek.......were the deaths of these hogs eventually attributed to the Corona virus?

From: 808bowhunter
30-Jan-21

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Hawaii. Checked in with an security camera!

From: Dino
30-Jan-21
Love it! Keep it coming fellas! As well as all the smart as$ comments! :)

30-Jan-21

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We're covered up in hogs at our new place, and we're finally enjoying hunting them ourselves. Here's my idea of a true a trophy photo from one of them.. -Cheryl

From: jstephens61
31-Jan-21
Headed down to Houston in March to run pigs with a buddy. His place is over run with the dang things. After that, Mississippi in the spring to hunt with my cousin. He has them behind his house. Hoping to stack the freezer with some pork.

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