- Hog Hunting
|Capt Rick Hiott ||11-19-2012 05:57 AM |
Hog number 8 yesterday afternoon!
This bore came in the back of the field at about 5:20. I shot him in the head while he was walking towards the feeder. Dropped him at about 100 yards from the stand with my new Savage Axis 30-06.
He was about 160-180lbs http://i1209.photobucket.com/albums/...hognumber8.jpg
|timberghost ||11-19-2012 07:49 PM |
Pork chops and sausage. Great job Capt.
|Capt Rick Hiott ||11-19-2012 07:58 PM |
|Hunting Man ||11-19-2012 10:06 PM |
congrats on the hog. 30-06 to the head, I bet he didn't like that. :lol:
|Capt Rick Hiott ||11-20-2012 06:29 AM |
He did the "Horizontal Dirt Dance" for a few seconds,,,,,Ha-Ha-Ha.
I'm in Florida for the winter.I read the rules for hunting here and saw that you don't need a license to hunt hogs on private land.My son-in-law has started taking the grandsons to the local gun range with .22's.We are thinking that hogs would be a possibility for a first hunt when they move to heavier calibers.We need to make some contacts with landowners here.
|Capt Rick Hiott ||02-05-2013 05:54 AM |
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