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Old 02-14-2018, 07:25 PM
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I’m out here now. 32 hunters on the January hunt, and 15 pigs were killed. I’ll post a report tomorrow evening after we get back to camp and settled.
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Old 02-15-2018, 08:41 AM
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Good Luck. Let us know how you do.
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Old 02-16-2018, 08:05 AM
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47 hunters checked In as of Thursday evening. So far there have been about 15 hogs accounted for. There are 9 hanging in the cooler. Iíve talked a a few that have killed and left them laying for whatever reason. Iíve killed 4 so far. Thereís one general area of about three stands that has been on pigs all day and yesterday. The pigs are still here just not as numerous as before
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Old 02-16-2018, 10:01 AM
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Good luck to everyone, I drew but wonít be going due to lack of hogs. There were more killed on the Last February hunt than all of this year so far. Went w my son on the youth hunt and saw only 4 and we hunted hard. My nephew killed 1 of those as we were letting the boys stalk. All 4 weíre together and my nephew got the drop before my son was ready. Last February my brother drew and killed 10 by himself. Last February I tagged along w my brother to help drag and camp w him. We saw about 100 hogs and brought back all 10 he killed.
Well, youíre missing out. Sure there arenít the numbers there used to have been, but I personally saw 4 yesterday and shot 2. My buddy in the zone next to me saw 10+ and killed 4. Thereís some hogs (7 or 8) in the cooler, and thatís just day one.

You have to put some miles down to get them, but theyíre here still. Just short of 10 miles on my gps yesterday. They are still here. Heard a bunch of peeps saying ďno hogs,Ē worried me too. Glad I came.
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Old 02-16-2018, 02:08 PM
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Make sure you take some pic and share with everyone. Glad you are having a great time and knocking down some pork.
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How did the hog hunt go?
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