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Hog Hunt!

Unread postby Basinboy » Tue May 24, 2022 3:17 am



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Re: Hog Hunt!

Unread postby welded34 » Tue May 24, 2022 10:48 am

Awesome congrats man!
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Re: Hog Hunt!

Unread postby savageofcedars » Fri May 27, 2022 12:33 am

Basinboy wrote:https://youtu.be/UwXA923bsms

Pretty cool. Congrats. I'm a little jealous of you guys that have hogs. I keep thinking about making a trip to Georgia for them.
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Re: Hog Hunt!

Unread postby Solo7 » Fri May 27, 2022 4:34 pm

Thanks for posting the video! What camera set up? Gopro? Tell me more about your arrows, I have a similar bow. I'm trying to get on them in East Texas still hunting.
Have you had any success spot & stalking the hogs?
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Re: Hog Hunt!

Unread postby Basinboy » Sat May 28, 2022 11:27 am

Solo7 wrote:Thanks for posting the video! What camera set up? Gopro? Tell me more about your arrows, I have a similar bow. I'm trying to get on them in East Texas still hunting.
Have you had any success spot & stalking the hogs?

I have killed several hogs stalking! It’s a real fun way to hunt them.
I’m shooting Goldtip Traditional 5575 (400) spine shafts 29” long with a 100gr brass insert plus the 160gr head. 575gr total arrow weight.
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Re: Hog Hunt!

Unread postby Solo7 » Tue May 31, 2022 1:32 pm

Thanks! I bumped into a small group of pigs while still hunting/scouting to my spot last year. I got busted after a bit of cat and mouse. I would say it was a soft bump when they trotted off. An interesting thing happened, the group was 2 females about 75 lbs and a young male shout about 25 lbs. They rooted their way to an Oak tree with those large acorns that were dropping, didn’t know that was there (noted). But the young male circled a little and went back to the spot where I was standing when I first saw them. I thought that was curious.


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