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Old 01-30-2008, 12:02 PM
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I have a bunch of property around Keren's I can hunt and bring a couple of people but don't have any feeders etc set up and many others can hunt there. I just got permission on about 600 acres yesterday about 4 miles from my house. Going to look at it Saturday. May put a feeder out there and a ground blind. I only have one feeder left. My other ones are in Streetman (no guests except family) and Mexia (I'm there on an invite). If it's good I may move my Mexia Feeder over to there and I have another hanging feeder I'm not using. Only problem is that when the corn and milo begin growing my feeders will be useless. Don't know how the wife would feel about "strangers" in the house but if it works out good and you were willing to stay at the local motel I will have some invites in the spring. PM Me if anyone's interested.

There are no sure things. The places I hunt are low fenced and hogs are completely unpredictable. My brother-in-law came down from Montana to hunt with me for his birthday. I had shot a 300 lb boar and a 150 lb sow the weekend before. We spent a week out there and he got one night time shot at 160 yards out of the whole week. He went home Hogless - but he did shoot 2 yotes if I remember correctly. The hogs did not come back around for 6 months. That's just the way they are.

Anyone that I know well in advance that they are coming down to this neck of the woods (like Burrhead) I would be happy to take around the woods looking for hogs. Just remember no sure things. I'm no guide just a fellow hunter.

I have a good friend that owns 4D Outfitters in Mexia, Texas. He's got some that will go 400 lbs! Sometimes I go visit with him and take a hog over there. His rates are very reasonable. If you wanted to do a group hunt I might see if I could get some kind of a discount for ya'll. You can see his site at 4doutfitters.com . A free hog hunt with me just involves advanced notice, have a place to stay - my wife is a scaredy-cat, and no grandios expectations.
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Old 01-30-2008, 12:17 PM
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OO OO OOOO!!!!

MEMEMEMEMEME!!! I wanna meat piggie!! Motels are my favorite! Hunting buddies are the best!
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Old 01-30-2008, 01:21 PM
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Also, my friend has lodging so no motel would be needed to hunt there. He also feeds ya'. Last time I talked to him he was eating burritos with his hunters and invited me down. Man that food's good! I had just finished duck hunting so I couldn't go. Swear I could smell those burritos 40 miles up the road!

Are any of you interested in a group hunt out at my friends place? He tries to limit it to bowhunting (that's primarily what it's set up for, but will allow rifles if ask him. He's pretty flexible. Randy guides there and he's a great guy too. He has high fence area and low fence area. I'd have to see if he has the low fence area ready to go if anyone is interested in that. Can still be tough at times in the high fence. He could probably accomodate up to 6 hunters I'm thinking for a weekend.

I'll let ya'll know what I find out about the 600 acres on Saturday.
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Old 01-30-2008, 07:18 PM
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MMmm...I love a good home cooked meal...especially when I don't have to cook it!! lol
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Personally, I LOVE to cook. If I stand up too long doing it, I'm hurting pretty bad that evening because of my hip, but I love cooking, anyway!
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Old 01-31-2008, 01:33 PM
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Yeah, those guys can cook pretty good. Mostly wild hog meat (sausage, pork chops, ham steaks, burritos, chili, stew, etc.)
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Yeah, those guys can cook pretty good. Mostly wild hog meat (sausage, pork chops, ham steaks, burritos, chili, stew, etc.)
Your making me hungry!
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Old 01-31-2008, 05:30 PM
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There is a high fence place near Paris, IL that has or did have the really wooly european hogs. I don't know much about it other than he does take hunters and the name of the place is Coal Creek.
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Old 03-19-2008, 10:30 PM
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ive hog hunted in ok. its hit or miss, lots of hogs,most farmers trap um in pens to get rid of em.. tons of turkey.... my uncle lives down there ..when I get time I vist & hunt
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Old 03-20-2008, 10:56 AM
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Yeah, OK has got a lot of hogs but not like here. Texas has more than any other state. I might even venture to guess that Texas may have more than all other states combined. They place estimates anywhere from 2 million to 4+ million here in Texas. There are a lot!

My buddy was trying to get one out of his trap this past Sunday afternoon. It had its leg wrapped around the trap cable. My buddy was trying to cut the cable. As he was focused on cutting the cable that sow (about 200lbs) swung around and bit his hand (drew blood but he's alright). He killed one or two and let the others out. Another sow tried to get on his 4-wheeler with him. Unfortunately all he had was a .22 (Not sure what he was thinkin'). He shot that one 4 times while it was trying to get on his 4-wheeler. It turned and ran into the trees. My buddy tried to track him but that thing did not appear to be mortally wounded...just irritated. Man, they are some mean critters. I think that's why I like hunting them more than deer.
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