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wild1 27-Mar-22
Corax_latrans 27-Mar-22
DanaC 28-Mar-22
Bou'bound 28-Mar-22
DanaC 28-Mar-22
Rocky D 28-Mar-22
wild1 28-Mar-22
Ironbow 28-Mar-22
Corax_latrans 28-Mar-22
wild1 29-Mar-22
Rocky D 29-Mar-22
From: wild1
27-Mar-22

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Hogs aren't exactly an elite big game species, but they can be challenging. Here's a newly published article about one such hunt. Rumor has it, the author is a Bowsite member.

https://www.outdoornewsservice.com/_files/ugd/fc60c7_89462087a9274f459a2bf99527a1f8a6.pdf

27-Mar-22
That’s a damn big pig!

Did you get a Euro mount outta the deal?

I think I would like to be able to hunt them, but I KNOW that I am glad that we don’t have them here.

From: DanaC
28-Mar-22
Good article, interesting magazine.

From: Bou'bound
28-Mar-22
how big was that thing. who is the bowsiter in question

From: DanaC
28-Mar-22
'Bou, click on wild1's user name, compare to article authorship

From: Rocky D
28-Mar-22
Congratulations, big boars are special! Very informative article, well done!

From: wild1
28-Mar-22

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Corax -

I got both, a shoulder mount and a euro mount. I did the euro mount myself.

From: Ironbow
28-Mar-22
Well done on both counts!

28-Mar-22
That’s impressive. I guess I should have figured, but I had no idea just how sturdy the sockets are for those machetes…

But I gotta ask…. How’s the eating on something like that?

From: wild1
29-Mar-22

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Corax - On wild hogs, amazing table fare. You often hear about big boars being less-than-good eating, and I suspect there's a measure of truth to that, but if you take the same care as with any big game animal, you'll be surprised how good they can be. Of course, a smaller sow increases your odds of impressing your friends at the bbq.

From: Rocky D
29-Mar-22
Now is the time to kill them before it gets to hot and they run all the fat off.

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