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25 Sep 2007 03:06 AM  

i have small question for all. i just joined a hunting club in central louisiana, i'm kinda worried i won't see many deer because of some ugly hogs. will hogs run the deer off ? by the way this is the first year deer hunting , im a new come-r to the sport any tips would be greatly appreciated . thanks

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25 Sep 2007 03:35 AM  
Kill every hog you see! That my suggestion.
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25 Sep 2007 03:55 AM  
i plan on it ! my freezer will be full of pork!
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25 Sep 2007 06:12 AM  
Hogs and deer co-exist on my property pretty well, except that they compete for the same food sources. You have to hunt the hogs hard to keep their population in check. If uncontrolled, they will overpopulate and starve the deer out.
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25 Sep 2007 01:28 PM  
Mcraddock is right, "If uncontrolled, they will overpopulate and starve the deer out." In SC there is no season, you can hunt them all year long. They're trying to control the population. In NC there are several professional hunters employed by the state to kill & trap hogs because they are devastating the native plants in some areas.
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25 Sep 2007 01:40 PM  
Just go ahead and hunt deer during deer season, If you see a hog go ahead and kill it and don't forget we can hunt hogs year round in LA.

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Holders of a legal hunting license may take coyotes, unmarked hogs where legal and armadillos year round during legal daylight shooting hours.

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25 Sep 2007 07:54 PM  
yea you can hunt hogs year round just about every were without a liscene , and like mcraddock said, if you let the hogs get more populated they will drive the deer out, and you dont want them messn up ur food plots if you have any either
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26 Sep 2007 01:38 PM  
Tn is begging hunters to kill every hog seen
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02 Oct 2007 06:12 PM  
WOULD LIKE TO KILL A WILD PIG BUT WE DON`T HAVE THEM HERE IN VA.
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03 Oct 2007 02:53 AM  
last week we killed 7 hogs,6 in a trap and one that was hanging around the trap. one boar that went 210 lbs, one sow that went 200 lbs and 5 smaller ones that were about 80-90 lbs.we have camera pics that showed a boar around 300 lbs,another sow around 250 and she had 9 piglets around 40-50 lbs.i checked my camera, no hogs but a pic of a doe so that kinda made me fell good, so there is hope i will see something this year. thanks alot for the comments
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03 Oct 2007 05:25 AM  
Posted By fishmaster911 on 10/02/2007 8:53 PM
last week we killed 7 hogs,6 in a trap and one that was hanging around the trap. one boar that went 210 lbs, one sow that went 200 lbs and 5 smaller ones that were about 80-90 lbs.we have camera pics that showed a boar around 300 lbs,another sow around 250 and she had 9 piglets around 40-50 lbs.i checked my camera, no hogs but a pic of a doe so that kinda made me fell good, so there is hope i will see something this year. thanks alot for the comments
 



Sounds like a good week  !!  Where abouts did this occur ?
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03 Oct 2007 02:18 PM  
mcraddock sounds like this guy is either in "hog heaven" or in need of some help.
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03 Oct 2007 02:18 PM  
mcraddock sounds like this guy is either in "hog heaven" or in need of some help.
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03 Oct 2007 05:32 PM  
You wouldn't happen to have joined the "High Ground" hunting club in Nebo, Louisiana huh? Sounds like the problems we are having right now.
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04 Oct 2007 02:26 AM  
dry creek in vowells mills, la
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05 Oct 2007 05:44 PM  
Shooting every hog you see will mean the more deer you see. It's hard to keep on top of all the pigs, but as long as you shoot one every time you see one, then you are making progress.
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28 Nov 2007 01:19 PM  
Hey anyone close to kentucky have a few hogs they want killed I would love to bag a few I have always wanted to hunt them but dont want to hunt a ranch.
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02 Jan 2008 06:08 PM  
you can buy wild hogs, bred em and let em go on your land
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04 Jan 2008 05:42 AM  
Posted By rebel deer hunter on 01/02/2008 12:08 PM
you can buy wild hogs, bred em and let em go on your land


From what ive been reading, I dont think that is very good advice
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01 Feb 2008 04:27 PM  
I want to go hog hunting so bad I can taste it! Only thing is, I don't have my own gun or bow yet. Unless a youth bow with a 35-lb pull will kill one. Here in Georgia, I can't find anything in the regulations about bow poundage, but we do have to have broadheads and a primitive weapons license. That I don't have yet, since I don't have a bow I can use for deer, but if I find a place to go, I'm gettin' me one!
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