Tag Archives: feral pigs

FIRST BIG GAME

Midafternoon heat was at its peak when Jake White and Jared Christensen approached the waterhole, shaded by several big trees. A few heifers and calves lounged nearby and some valley quail darted in to water on the far side, but otherwise all was completely still. As we approached, only Jake had seen—he thought—a wild hog near the water. Continue reading FIRST BIG GAME

THE SWIFT ADVANTAGE

Handguns and hogs provide hunters with a lot of off-season challenge and quality outdoor fun. Picking the right gun and ammo will tip the odds in your favor.

We hunters like to deliberate all things hunting related including firearms, optics, calibers and other assorted paraphernalia.  Campfire dialog over various topics such as .30-’06 vs. .270 Win. can be Continue reading THE SWIFT ADVANTAGE

Summertime Swine

Spring turkey seasons are long past. Most spring bear seasons are closed and if they’re still open the hides are sure to be rubbed. In southern Africa, this is peak safari season, and Tanzania’s hunting season opened on July first. That’s good news for the summer doldrums, but not all of us have safaris planned. Continue reading Summertime Swine

Feral Pig Hunting In Alabama

Feral hogs in Alabama pose a serious threat to native wildlife. High reproductive rates, a lack of natural predators, voracious omnivorous feeding habits, destructive rooting behavior and habitat destruction are just a few reasons why Alabama sportsmen and land managers are encouraged to help control this non-native Continue reading Feral Pig Hunting In Alabama