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American Hunting Is Going To The Hogs

Boddington with a nice wild boar from central Texas. Texas has one of the most widespread populations, as well as one of the largest. In many areas, they have become a serious problem.
Boddington with a nice wild boar from central Texas. Texas has one of the most widespread populations, as well as one of the largest. In many areas, they have become a serious problem.

Like so many other deer stands across the Deep South, this stand in southern Georgia overlooked a massive power line right-of-way, 200 yards across, God knows how many miles long, heavy pine forest on both sides. Mature pine forest provides awesome security Continue reading American Hunting Is Going To The Hogs

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Hog Wild!

Feral Hogs
A good-sized (and extremely ugly, and extremely tasty) feral hog taken in the pine forests of southern Georgia. In this area, and in much of the South, feral hog populations are increasing rapidly, wreaking havoc on crops but creating tremendous hunting opportunity.

I’m sure we all know the whitetail deer to be North America’s most populous big game animal, currently estimated as high as 35 million. But which comes next? We’ve done a pretty good job over the past century. Black bear, caribou, elk and mule deer all top a million (some more than two Continue reading Hog Wild!