Archive for the Hogs Category

Coyote Light Review

COYOTE LIGHT REVIEW Lights, Action… Camera Author:  Richard Bogath is an NRA certified firearms instructor, certified hunter instructor, youth league pistol coach, professional hunting guide, published author, writer for several online publications, blogger, lecturer and proud dad. March 18th, 2016 Early January, Tuesday-10:30pm. Readying myself for my predator hunt at the clubhouse just as two other hunters are coming in from theirs. After exchanging pleasantries, I ask them where they were, what they were doing and what they saw. Knowing that I am the club’s avid predator hunter and hoping they can pull some additional tips out of me, they tell me all I

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Snaring Feral Hogs

Snaring Feral Hogs

BOARMASTERS MANUFACTURES THE PERFECT HOG SNARE. CLICK HERE Great Article from the Agrilife Extension Texas A&M System Snaring Feral Hogs Chancey Lewis, Matt Berg, Nikki Dictson, Jim Gallagher, Mark McFarland, and James C. Cathey* Feral hog populations across Texas are damaging water quality, wildlife habitat, home landscapes, and agricultural production. To manage these animals effectively, landowners and managers must deploy a diverse set of approaches. In situations where capturing a small number of animals inexpensively and with little maintenance is desirable, snares can be a key component of a larger control strategy. Advantages • Snaring is relatively inexpensive and does

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Coyote Light Night Hunting light

Coyote Light Night Hunting light

We are now a dealer for the new Coyote Light!  A very impressive super bright night hunting light.  Its the Team BoarMasters light of choice!  Were proud to be a dealer of a rugged Made in the USA product. Coyote Light Predator Hunting Light High Performace predator hunting light.  This light is built strong with an aluminum housing and non-reflective matte black finish.   MADE IN USA Coyote Light is an innovative hunting light developed by predator hunting enthusiast for predator hunting enthusiast. This remarkable hunting light features the highest performing red LED lighting technology in a sleek matte black

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Mastering Wild Hog snaring with Newt Sterling

Mastering Wild Hog snaring with Newt Sterling

Newt Sterling has excellent snaring credentials. He routinely snares red and gray fox, raccoon, beaver, otter, muskrat and mink in the salt marshes around his home in Port Republic, New Jersey, and has snared coyote in Ohio. While on a bear hunting trip in Ontario he set a half-dozen snares and caught a huge timber wolf the second day. He has done plenty of demos, including the NTA Conventions, and has been an instructor at the Fur Taker’s College in LaGrange, Indiana. Newt has also worked as a Predator Control Contractor with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, catching fox,

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Hog hunting Pennsylavania

Hog hunting Pennsylavania

Regulation of commercial hog-hunting operations in Pennsylvania has been taken out of the hands of the state Game Commission and put into the hands of the state Department of Agriculture under a new state law. By P.J. REILLY Updated Jun 26, 2013 09:37 Stephen L. Mohr said he wasn’t worried about the Pennsylvania Game Commission putting commercial hog operations like his out of business across the state. But he spent a lot of time the past few months trying to convince customers his Island Exotic Hunts outside Bainbridge was still up and running — and would continue operating into the

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Baby hog tracks and spring hog hunting

Baby hog tracks and spring hog hunting

When you see baby hog tracks, it’s time to hunt. The whole heard is in vulnerable when a litter is present. The little ones will lead the heard into the daylight more often. Don’t try and get into the woods before daylight; you will run them all off making noise. Wild boar are nocturnal and do not see very well, but they hear very well. Enter your hunting area at the break of daylight when you can see and be on the look out!

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