Mountain pigs

antharper

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Congrats on the pork ! Those 2 fat guilts will make some fine eating ! That old boar may not be to bad either ! He sure made a great picture
 
I have noticed that around the end of this month. All of the sudden theres pigs everywhere. Woods have been empty for a few weeks and they start moving more I guess.
 
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I have noticed that around the end of this month. All of the sudden theres pigs everywhere. Woods have been empty for a few weeks and they start moving more I guess.
I agree
Me and my son have been hunting 4 times this month at different places and been on pigs every time
I wish more people would hunt them
We have not seen any one else hunting
 

jbogg

Senior Member
Congrats on a fine hunt! I’ve done some post season scouting up there since Big Game season closed, but haven’t gone hog hunting yet this year. Might have to give it a go before small game closes.
 

tracker12

Senior Member
Congratulations on some nice pigs. We travel a couple times a year and hunt Ft Stewart. It’s always a good trip and we always get our share. But I would love to hunt Mnt country for hogs. How is the success in the mountains vice the swamp areas on the coast. Section of Georgia that is better than others. Any advice would be appreciated
 
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Congratulations on some nice pigs. We travel a couple times a year and hunt Ft Stewart. It’s always a good trip and we always get our share. But I would love to hunt Mnt country for hogs. How is the success in the mountains vice the swamp areas on the coast. Section of Georgia that is better than others. Any advice would be appreciated
Thanks
I've only hunted them up here so I don't really have any idea about hunting the swamps
But I've never had a problem finding pigs here
This is really the only time of the year that I target hogs . If I see them when I'm deer or turkey hunting I will shoot
In the last 5 to 10 years the population has gone crazy
Bears too!!!
 
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