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Hog Hunting Louisiana's Fastest Growing Hunting Sport

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Old October 18th, 2016
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Default 3 little pigs from Red River WMA

My oldest son finally had a chance to prove himself on a pack of pigs. He ran across a group of 7 or 8 while squirrel hunting. The first one fell to a load of #4 squirrel shot to the head, he followed up with two rounds of the dead coyote T shot. We were able to track one down dead and another wounded got up and was quickly dispatched. He has shot at several but these were his first hog kills ever. Perfect eating sizes, between 40 and 60 pounds. If the kid keeps it up he will be giving Orion some competition in the upcoming years.
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good deal man,,, tell him congrats... there should be plenty of em down there this yr....
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Cool deal man, those will eat good. Congrats!
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Real nice size; glad for him. He looks pleased; he's hooked now for sure.


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My oldest son finally had a chance to prove himself on a pack of pigs. He ran across a group of 7 or 8 while squirrel hunting. The first one fell to a load of #4 squirrel shot to the head, he followed up with two rounds of the dead coyote T shot. We were able to track one down dead and another wounded got up and was quickly dispatched. He has shot at several but these were his first hog kills ever. Perfect eating sizes, between 40 and 60 pounds. If the kid keeps it up he will be giving Orion some competition in the upcoming years.
yeah he done did good .. was wondering when you were going to get around to posting them.. but if I remember right he did kill one last season...lol...
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Stacking em like firewood! Awesome!


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Awesome post, congrats! I've yet to get 3 at once so he has outdone me!!
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