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So we went hog hunting last weekend and my friend who is a film guy and has never taken a hog before so he brought his camera and rifle. So we hunted this vineyard that was thick with hogs. They grow barley in between the rows and the hogs love barley. There are huge barley fields not to far from the vineyards but with the drought the barley field are really hurting this year. The barley in the vineyards was still green in a few spots and was in a lot better condition then the barley in the fields. So that's why the hogs are hanging out in the vineyards. Took two hogs with the 450 Marlin.
 

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Great times Scott. The nice part of hog hunting is knowing that the way they breed, our great grandkids will have just as many to hunt!!
 
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What a great way to remember a hunt. Very well done!
 

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Great video Scott and good shooting.

Thanks for sharing.

Jack
 
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