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Very nice! Hawg hunting is on my bucket list.
 

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None to hunt here in KY, although I'm sure some ole' ******** have brought some in so they could chase 'em. (even though it's illegal). I think Tennessee has some, and I know they're further south. We're fortunate to not have them destroying the countryside, but I would like to hunt them while I'm still slightly able. :biggrin: I love bacon and ham!
 

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Curious where do you hunt them? I'm right on the coast and am told you have to go inland a bit to find them here.
These were killed in Elbert County GA on my cousins farm. He plants cotton and corn and they are very destructive. I have traps about 30ft in diameter up there and go every couple of weeks, the ones this size are good table fare, the really big bore hogs are shot and buried. There are so many I don't care that some are "wasted".
 

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Congrats! Enjoy that BBQ... :eating:
 
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I've been after em 3 or 4 times but they move often and far around here, plus, almost entirely nocturnal - closest I've come is yesterdays tracks -
 
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