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Going Hog Wild (Page 2)

Hog hunting provides an up-close experience that can get your adrenaline flowing.

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10 Responses to Going Hog Wild (Page 2)

alan hyatt wrote:
November 20, 2013

where is the hogs n indiana?

Greg lozano wrote:
June 15, 2013

Where is the hog hunting in Oregon at.

Jeffroh wrote:
August 11, 2012

Are there hogs in san diego, ca. area

cole wrote:
June 18, 2012

youtube has good videos on hunting, dressing, butchering hogs

David wrote:
June 16, 2012

To sj, Go to the gunsamerica site. They had a picture review of a hog cleaning. Very informative.

dale freeman wrote:
June 12, 2012

Here in bogalusa, la., we take the dreded shoulder and head shield and put them in our "hog head cheese".

huntin' gal wrote:
May 23, 2012

Here in Texas, we hunt 'em every chance we get and always a fun hunt. You never know what to expect either. If they are a problem where you are, just find a farmer and you will probably not have to pay to hunt.

cajunmeaux wrote:
May 23, 2012

Butchering a hog is no different than any other animal, like deer and such. Just wear rubber gloves, we had a couple cases of brucellosis reported in Louisiana a couple of years ago. Wildlife and fisheries claimed it was from feral hogs and was contracted by hunters during cleaning of animal. Hope this helps.

hutton1415 wrote:
May 17, 2012

Hog hunting is great haven't been in a few years (due to lack of hunting grounds) but loved it when I used to go

sj wrote:
May 14, 2012

Would like to see a follow up article on dressing, butchering, & preparing the hog. Never killed a pig before, but sounds like a great source of meat.