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Old 02-03-2012, 01:06 PM   #11
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No Tyler, those guys were too redneck even for me...and you know me, I never run out of bullets, jump on their backs and use a homemade spear. Sounded like a tall tale to me...lol

Pirate, I know nothing about hog hunting and after reading the Destin Log story...LOL

Yea.. I figured It wasn't you.. If it was you though I would tell you BS!
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Old 02-03-2012, 01:10 PM   #12
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Hey Tyler, I would not be caught on here telling that story...LOL Too funny, I would like to take go out and give them some help.

Pirate, Nite w permit requires the landowners permission(letter), private land only, and a FWC permit for the specific parcel of land you are hunting and a different permit for each parcel. The NV does not require the permit but only the landowners permission on private land.
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Old 02-03-2012, 01:16 PM   #13
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All i need is a place to kill one!
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Old 02-03-2012, 01:19 PM   #14
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Frank- Thanks for the Clarification.

Matt- Im with you!

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Old 02-03-2012, 01:19 PM   #15
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Me too! all these lease managers should welcome the security, yr rd feeding and removing hogs from their leases off deer season. Of course they would want people w knowledge and the means to kill, report and manage the place off season.
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Old 02-03-2012, 01:26 PM   #16
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You can hunt hogs whenever, they move more at night though...I hunt on Yellow River and there are plenty of hogs on the north and south side of the river. The south side is mainly eglin so you will need that permit and the rest is WMA so there are plenty of places to find hogs. Like I have said before on here they are not easy to kill and espically w/o bait but if you stick close to the swamps you will come across them. As for the taste a sow isn't bad but a boar IMO is just not that good.
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The piglet is where the best meat is! the boar for the tusks and the sow for population control and target practice. Back in NC we used to donate the hogs to homeless shelters. Used to clear farmers lands for free...anything for an excuse to hunt with assorted weapons!

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Old 02-03-2012, 02:14 PM   #18
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Hey . I got 2 hogs on Escambia river ,1st part of Jan . a male about 70 lbs and a female about 100 lbs . very lean . took it to oakes procesor in chumukla and had about 50 lbs of smoked sausage . kept the backstrap / loins ? very good . no ribs because they are so lean . killed both with a 270 .
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You can hunt hogs whenever, they move more at night though...I hunt on Yellow River and there are plenty of hogs on the north and south side of the river. The south side is mainly eglin so you will need that permit and the rest is WMA so there are plenty of places to find hogs. Like I have said before on here they are not easy to kill and espically w/o bait but if you stick close to the swamps you will come across them. As for the taste a sow isn't bad but a boar IMO is just not that good.

where is yellow river ? is that near holly florida ? by the way see any gators ? thanks. I agree Big hogs stink , unless they had their balls shot off before age 2 . the little 70 lb'er I got was better than any I ever bought .
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I'm going to a place up in Alabama in a few weeks where they are usually in the 300-400 lb class. I got another place in Perry, Fl. that I will try out next month or so.
My son who is in the army out in El Paso and I will be hunting hogs in Texas.
Anybody that wants to get together and don't mind an ole Jarhead to go gator or hog hunting, just send me a post. I got trailer, reloading equipment, rifles that will knock a tank over. Just let me know!!
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