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I've been to Caryonah in Crossville TN, and that was a really good hunt, guides ect. I'll be going back this fall. You'll do a LOT of walking, and stalking there.

It looks like the prices are on the rise though...
 

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You didn't say free range, or a hunting preserve. If you really want a hog, some of the preserves in TN., are your best bet. My son and I went to Wilderness Hunting Lodge, last March, outside of Monterey, TN. Alan Wilson runs a good hunt there. Great lodging, good food, friendly staff, and a lot of hogs that have the "russian" look. Here is a few pics.








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I highly recommend www.croyscabins.com in Tennessee. We drove down there from Northern Illinois just three months ago in December and had a truly wonderful experience. Super nice people who really know what they're doing.

See my thread here with a ton of pics showing the property, the lodge, the accomodations, the bed and breakfast food, and - of course - the wild boar:

http://www.marlinowners.com/forums/index.php/topic,81213.0.html

They had the best pricing too after I did hours of internet research....

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Thanks mm6mm6. Funny, I read your post last night. Looks like a great place. Be about 8hrs from central OH, but it looks like it would be a good place to go.
 

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If you haven't decided on where to go hunting yet, you may want to consider Loshbough Hunting Lodge, Crossville, Tn.

http://loshbough.com/

Great people, great guide (Tommy) and over 500 acres of rolling Tennessee hills. Just got back last week and my Wife shot this nice 200# full-blooded Russian Boar with one shot to the heart out of her Marlin 30-30 using Hornady LeveRevolution 160Gr ammo.

 

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What kind of prices are we talking at crossville?I am about 3 hours from crossville.Will the guides dress and process your meat like a guided hunt? Also what kind of shots could I expect yardage wise?
 
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