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Hunt Hogs Now!

Hunt  Hogs Now!

Now is the time to hunt them down. Do not make the mistake of waiting for cooler weather to hunt hogs. Right now, the sows are nursing the spring litters. It is true that hogs breed like dogs; there is no breeding season for feral hogs, but spring and fall are the most predominant time. Do not let turkey season distract you from taking these unregulated quadrupeds. Imagine that a sow can give birth to up to 14 babies, 4-6 will make it to 6 months, when they will be ready to breed. Now these 4-6 will have a litter

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Baiting bears and types of bears

Baiting bears and types of bears

Bait stations are a great way to attract bears to a designated area. Brown bears and black bears are fond of meat, fish, grains, popcorn, breads, oats, dogfood, candy and more. Add a little BoarMasters powders or feed additives and they go nuts over anything! Polar bears being mostly carnivorous in nature favor meat over anything but will eat whats available. Make sure to keep a variety of these baits; this helps attract bears looking for a specific type of meal. Learn about the different types of bears through our tips and tricks page to get an idea what bear

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Shot Placement on Wild Hogs

Shot Placement on Wild Hogs

SHOT PLACEMENT ON WILD HOGS Shot placement is the key with wild boar. Don’t think about shooting them in the same place as a deer. I have often been asked about this and thought I would share this with you. The heart is set a little lower and more into the front shoulder than a deer. I often here stories about hogs deflecting arrows and their super ability too survive gun shot’s. That’s all hog wash! Most of us have been trained to shoot for deer; not for hogs. Here is an example of where too place your shot.   learn

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Tips for Hunting and Trapping Wild Hogs

Tips for Hunting and Trapping Wild Hogs

Tips and tricks for hunting and trapping wild boar and feral hogs. Don’t pile your bait up on top of the ground! Use a post hole digger and dig a hole as narrow and deep as you can; then fill it up with your bait. The top picture shows that the hogs will gobble it up within minutes. If the bait is hard to get to; they will have to take turns; this makes them hang around longer and forces them to sneak in during daylight hours to beat the crowd. This will increase your odds of taking one. Trail

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