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Making Sense Of Feral Hog Senses
Feral hog sensesAuthor: HOGMAN
Posted: February 10, 2018

Swatting flys or taking a 600lb. black bear, once you identify your target your chances of succcess are greatly enhanced if you pocess a base understanding of the strengths/weaknesses of your game.


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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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The Hunter Becomes The Hunted In The Off Season
The Hunter Becomes The Hunted In The Off Season Author: Charlene Irani
Posted: April 28, 2017

Humans have been hunting for survival since we lived in caves, but so have wild animals. These beasts still prey on smaller animals for their food, which is what makes Predator Hunting such a challenge. We’re going up against animals that are natural hunters, and turning the tables on them.  

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How To Field Dress A Hog
How to field dress a hogAuthor: Hogmanadmin
Posted: November 22, 2016

Learning to field dress wild hogs properly is critical. In addition to keeping your meat delicious and edible, proper field dressing also ensures that you use as much of the animal as possible, and that you stay safe in the process.

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Why Are Feral Hogs Hard To Hunt?
Feral Hogs Are Hard to HuntAuthor: Hogmanadmin
Posted: March 06, 2016

If you’ve tried your hand at hog hunting before and didn’t have much luck, congratulations, you’re in good company. Many seasoned hunters of other game have attempted to tackle the continuously growing hog problems around the country and have gone home empty handed.

Whether it’s for the hogs’ role as a nuisance to farmers and landowners, or you’re just after some tasty meat, hunting hogs is a growing sport.

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