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Tell-tale Signs of Wild Hogs in the Area
Tell-tale Signs of Wild Hogs in the AreaAuthor: Hog Man
Posted: June 25, 2017

Signs of Wild Hogs in the Area--How to determine if hogs have made their way to your property.

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So, Where Do I Aim for the Quickest Kill?
So, Where Do I Aim for the Quickest Kill?   Author: Luke Clayton
Posted: May 08, 2017

It is important to understand a few things about the wild hog’s anatomy in order to consistently kill him, regardless of the weapon. Through the years, I’ve lost more hogs from shots that were too far behind the shoulder or too high into the shoulders than any other shot placement. Hogs carry their vitals a bit farther forward and lower in the chest cavity than deer. A hog’s heart is very low in his chest.

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Hog lights – Choosing the right light for night hunting.
Hog lights – Choosing the right light for night hunting.Author: Hogman Team
Posted: January 09, 2017

If you’ve spent any time at all researching night hunting lights you have undoubtedly discovered that there are darn near as many night hunting lights on the market as there are wild hogs in the state of Texas (2.6 million last count).

In your search for the right night hunting light it is beneficial to start with the simple question, ‘What is my primary need for a night hunting light?’ This simple question can point you in the right direction to find the ultimate light to meet your needs.

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What Color Flashlight is Best for Feral Hog Hunting?
Green LED tactical flashlights are ideal for hunting hogs at night - HogmanOutdoors.comAuthor: Hogmanadmin
Posted: November 24, 2015

It’s night in the woods – hog hunting season. How long have you been in ground position, waiting for the familiar sound of a twig snapping under a sow’s hoof? How long have you lying, belly-down in the dirt, waiting for a hog to slink up to the feeder, 200 hundred yards away? How long have you been waiting to take aim, to make the perfect shot?

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