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 on: Yesterday at 04:50:07 pm 
Started by RBz_OFFROAD - Last post by RBz_OFFROAD
I called my buddy last night and told him I was going to make a hunt this morning.  He called in and said he was coming as well. We caught a 60lb pig then the dogs relayed.  They bayed a herd and we caught this boar. They then relayed again ran about 2.5 miles and bayed this sow.   We killed the boar and took our time while trying to stay on top of the other dogs. While we was searching for one, we found another we had out was bayed. We got about 400 yards and took off walking.   Sent catch dogs and caught the nice sow.  Caught the two dogs we had out and called it a day! The picture is from a buddy’s game camera he caught of the boar from last year.  The pig isn’t pictured.  This boar wasn’t a monster by no
means but due to his colors and reputation I am going to have him shoulder mounted...!

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 on: Yesterday at 02:31:20 pm 
Started by LionandBoarHunter - Last post by Hollowpoint
Really is a great boar, congrats on another great hunt.

 on: Yesterday at 01:05:21 pm 
Started by LionandBoarHunter - Last post by Jmesonp1
I'll take you up on that sometime. Long as you let these trashy dogs run a cat while im there.

 on: Yesterday at 11:57:19 am 
Started by LionandBoarHunter - Last post by LionandBoarHunter
Any of you guys get the itch to come bring your dogs and catch some of these boars load  up and come on! Got plenty of country !  Dogs must be broke and be sure Enuff hog dogs .

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 on: Yesterday at 11:49:09 am 
Started by LionandBoarHunter - Last post by LionandBoarHunter
Thanks guys

The hogs up here have the teeth because of the Russian genetics and so much private land that don’t get hunted . So they get big and old ! These boars are coming out of some really ruff country deep bluffy canyons that nobody wants to hunt except me !! There is not much for them to eat some of the ranches put corn out during deer season but that’s about it .

Old man you are running with a ruff crowd !! Haha

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 on: Yesterday at 06:43:40 am 
Started by joshg223 - Last post by bignasty
I have killed more hogs in the last 2 years with 1 dog than I have In the last 5 years with anywhere from 2-6. That’s simply a fact. It’s a mindset I have and as any Mind set, it is either instilled in the dog or it isn’t as far as I’m concerned. The dogs I use and have seen used solo are more stock minded than not. Loose, rough, or somewhere in between, these dogs know how and when to do what they must to make what ever it is they’re looking at, stand. The ones that can’t in my opinion have holes, and any hog worth his salt, can see those holes. That has and will continue to be my opinion on the matter. It was something that derived from necessity. I can’t own 10 dogs, I don’t believe in bulldogs, and I have no interest in hurrying to a bay any more. Bay what you can, catch what you just, and you better have your mind about you when I crawl In There with my rifle, because something is getting culled when I do, be it the hog or something else.

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I don't need or want to use a gun,I thrive on live catch and tie...
have and trust in my bulldogs.heck they can wind trail and catch solo ,I don't even need a cur dog for real.

 on: October 18, 2018, 11:02:18 pm 
Started by LionandBoarHunter - Last post by The Old Man
Looks like you are back in the hills where that strong Russian blood is, super boar. I've hunted in some of that area with Pete and Johnny but we haven't bayed one of those studs when I was along.

 on: October 18, 2018, 10:09:01 pm 
Started by LionandBoarHunter - Last post by TheRednose
Thats a nice hog bud!

 on: October 18, 2018, 09:29:40 pm 
Started by Judge peel - Last post by Judge peel
Finally getting around to this rebuild. So many opinion none of them are cheap.  But any way decided on a mild rebuild bigger cam roller rockers forged pistons valve and spring upgrades with MSD Ignition upgrade headers with cold air intake new hoses and water pump. Should haul the dogs around pretty good

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 on: October 18, 2018, 09:25:55 pm 
Started by LionandBoarHunter - Last post by Cajun
Goose, i have hunted up by Hobgoods a good bit but it has been awhile. Those hogs have much more to eat then the marsh hogs and get way bigger. A truely big marsh hog would go around 250 with most averaging 200-225. Age plus genetics like Mike said is what puts the teeth on them.

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