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    wild hogs

    this is, after all, the "off camber" forum...

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    Fantastic work horses!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    this is, after all, the "off camber" forum...

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    seems to me those cowboys need some dogs. Looks like fun though.

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    Wild Hogs!
    I thought you were talking about the biker movie with John Travolta.
    Never mind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poe4soul View Post
    seems to me those cowboys need some dogs. Looks like fun though.
    Too many hog cut dogs. I think this is a better way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NateHawk View Post
    Too many hog cut dogs. I think this is a better way.
    i probably shouldn't post the video in which the dogs force the hog into the stream and the hunter shoots the pig in the head...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    i probably shouldn't post the video in which the dogs force the hog into the stream and the hunter shoots the pig in the head...
    I don't have a problem with hunting. I have a problem with people who hunt hogs with their dogs without making the slightest effort to protect the dogs and expect my wife to save the dog when they bring it into the clinic with its intestines dragging in the dirt.

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    I believe it should be "shoot to kill on sight" anywhere (within safe reason), anytime (within safe reason) to get a handle on those bastages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ambassadorhawg View Post
    I believe it should be "shoot to kill on sight" anywhere (within safe reason), anytime (within safe reason) to get a handle on those bastages.
    In Texas, it is already. It makes no difference. They're spreading because people are illegally moving them for hunting.

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    We've got them out here in California, too. They walk into some of the campgrounds at night along our beaches north of Los Angeles. I've also seen them on Catalina Island (in So Cal), in the Colorado River System, and in the hills of Central Cal.

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    We have them here on the north coast. It's open season on them year round. You cannot believe the damage they do to the coastal meadows. Pigs belong on the grill.

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    Germany is getting their butt kicked right now by wild boars. Once the wall came down they've moved into many of the west germany cities. Some of them are radio active from the Chernobyl Disaster. Basically they eat the mushrooms that are radio active. So, look on the bright side. We just have boars and not radio active boars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NateHawk View Post
    I don't have a problem with hunting. I have a problem with people who hunt hogs with their dogs without making the slightest effort to protect the dogs and expect my wife to save the dog when they bring it into the clinic with its intestines dragging in the dirt.
    oh no. i wan't referring to anything you posted. i just don't think i should post that particular video...

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    "We've got them out here in California, too. They walk into some of the campgrounds at night along our beaches north of Los Angeles. I've also seen them on Catalina Island (in So Cal), in the Colorado River System, and in the hills of Central Cal."

    grant ranch county park southeast of san jose looks like heavy machinery has been digging through the fire roads sometimes.

    "Pigs belong on the grill."

    i try to do my part as often as i can...

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    I think a big reason why the open season on pigs isn't making a dent in the population is because not enough people hunt them year round. Here in TX, people shoot them when they're hunting things like deer, and they leave the carcasses for the coyotes and the vultures. But otherwise, most people are disgusted by wild hogs and won't hunt them by choice.

    I think permitting market hunting for them might do a better job of thinning the populations and reducing damage. they're here to stay, though...too many of them to eliminate them completely.

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    The only saving grace is that the mountain lions are well fed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NateHawk View Post
    In Texas, it is already. It makes no difference. They're spreading because people are illegally moving them for hunting.
    not to mention FEEDING them.

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    You have heard of Hogzilla, no?
    giant pig hogzilla - Google Search
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    I run them over with my airboat all the time, it's actually really fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill in Houston View Post
    not to mention FEEDING them.
    yeah, that'd be a problem. I haven't run across anyone doing that in E. TX. But they might well be doing it in places up north where people are illegally transporting them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poe4soul View Post
    Germany is getting their butt kicked right now by wild boars. Once the wall came down they've moved into many of the west germany cities. Some of them are radio active from the Chernobyl Disaster. Basically they eat the mushrooms that are radio active. So, look on the bright side. We just have boars and not radio active boars.
    Do the radioactive boars glow in the dark for night hunting?

    You think feral pigs are bad, then check this....

    http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-WKSnSagMg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridnparadise View Post
    Do the radioactive boars glow in the dark for night hunting?

    You think feral pigs are bad, then check this....

    http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-WKSnSagMg
    lmfao

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    Tones, have you seen this one? If this was a "major motion picture" in Aus in the 70's, the film industry sure has come a long way since then.

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    Saw alot in Germany, even been chased once by some in the dark, lol that was pretty funny after we got away, not so funny during.
    recently did some work down in felsmere, Fla. and saw a few but not nearly as fiesty as the grune-pigs in Germany.

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    Hogs are just over grown rats that taste good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NateHawk View Post
    lmfao

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    Tones, have you seen this one? If this was a "major motion picture" in Aus in the 70's, the film industry sure has come a long way since then.

    "They only have two states of being..."
    BWAHAHAHA, the sad thing is thats not ozzy land in the 70s thats only 10 years old lol

    But we do have the biggest wild razorbacks here, google it you will see some razors so big you wont believe it..
    They use pitts and staffies with leather and kevlar chest plates to chase them or just shoot them.
    Dont ever let the truth get in the way of a funny story....

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