Looking for hog hunt

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Re: Looking for hog hunt

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Post by ghostrider » Tue Dec 11, 2012 9:43 pm

In addition to no season, there are no 'bag limits'. Hogs may be taken using any legal firearms (no full-autos) and now with silencers. They can be hunted at night using spotlights (just be sure to let the game warden no, so you don't get hauled in for poaching deer at night :-0 )
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Re: Looking for hog hunt

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Post by biggyin » Tue Dec 11, 2012 11:54 pm

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Re: Looking for hog hunt

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Post by Carry-a-Kimber » Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:56 am

ghostrider wrote:In addition to no season, there are no 'bag limits'. Hogs may be taken using any legal firearms (no full-autos) and now with silencers. They can be hunted at night using spotlights (just be sure to let the game warden no, so you don't get hauled in for poaching deer at night :-0 )
No reason you couldn't use a full auto on pigs. FA firearms may not be used for game animals but any legal weapon may be used for non-game animals and exotics.
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Re: Looking for hog hunt

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Post by Ericstac » Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:01 am

or take it to the next level, grab your AR15 and do it from a helicopter :thumbs2:

here is video from a hunt along the Brazos.

good times!

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Re: Looking for hog hunt

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Post by GeekwithaGun » Wed Dec 12, 2012 9:47 pm

Thanks all for your input :tiphat:

I reserved a spot for Dec 27 with NorthTexasPigHunting.com, I'll report what I find.

Now to get my new rifle for Christmas :woohoo
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Re: Looking for hog hunt

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Post by CoffeeNut » Fri Dec 14, 2012 5:00 am

Last year in San Antonio near the Ingram Park mall there were about 20 grazing in the Best Buy parking lots strips of grass. :fire
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Re: Looking for hog hunt

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Post by APynckel » Sat Dec 15, 2012 2:35 pm

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Boar Creek Ranch. Very hospitable pair (Nick and Kelly Frame) feed you, house you, have a lake to fish on during the downtime. $390 per hunter, includes meals, lodging, 1 hog. I've been there twice. Great place.
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Re: Looking for hog hunt

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Post by chuckybrown » Fri Dec 28, 2012 4:24 pm

If you're interested, I have some guide dates open after February 1st:

http://www.reedpropertymanagement.com/info.php?pnum=28" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Contact me at texasdeerhunter@comcast.net

$225 per person for two night hunts.

In blinds Friday by 3PM....stay out as long as you like...feeders go off 4PM & 10PM (thereabouts) Some guys come in at 11, some wait for sunrise.

Saturday = relaxing, range time, fishing....

Back out to blinds Saturday around 3PM.

Price includes bunkhouses, bring your own food.
No booze...family friendly.
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