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Tunica Hills WMA 5,905 Acres: West Feliciana Parish

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Old December 23rd, 2016
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Default South tract hog sign

Has anyone seen any hog sign on the south tract this season?
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Old December 23rd, 2016
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Has anyone seen any hog sign on the south tract this season?
its all over in there ! After you walk bout every 50 yards you got to clean the feces of your shoes are it balls up like clay mud and you can't walk till u clean!
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Old December 23rd, 2016
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Has anyone seen any hog sign on the south tract this season?
its all over in there ! After you walk bout every 50 yards you got to clean the feces of your shoes are it balls up like clay mud and you can't walk till u clean!
Deer in there thing it's hogs in the area with the odor on your shoe and they scadall away from u before u see them
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Old February 2nd, 2017
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Debating on heading to Tunica, Yancey or Sherburne for some hogs this Saturday. I'm working in St. Francisville right now so they are all close options. I've only hunted the pearl so it'll be good to see some more of what the state has to offer.
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Debating on heading to Tunica, Yancey or Sherburne for some hogs this Saturday. I'm working in St. Francisville right now so they are all close options. I've only hunted the pearl so it'll be good to see some more of what the state has to offer.


Tunica is a rough place to hunt with all the ravines.... North Tracy is a lot easier


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Old February 7th, 2017
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It's nothing like the pearl...hog sign thru pearl looks like someone disc the woods definitely different terrain
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Old February 7th, 2017
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I'm up for a bit of different terrain, a change of scenery, and a challenge. I went to sheburne for the first time last weekend. It was nice to see a place with an established canopy. The pearl is pretty dense. This weekend I'm going to the hills. I'll be headed to the south tract. Is it wet in the bottoms? I'm wondering what footwear to go with.
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Old February 8th, 2017
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You don't need to worry about water unless you plan on walking directly down the sandy creeks. I wear light boots like a tactical boot, something light and comfortable because the hills are unforgiving. I've never hunted hogs specifically there but heard the north tract has more hogs than the south.
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Old February 8th, 2017
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Not much water in bottoms.
Back on the river you can find some standing water and it is thick.
seen a few piglets walking out one night. that's the only hog sign ive seen.

I wear hiking boots. rubber boots make your legs heavy going up the hills.
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I appreciate the info on the conditions. I've got a pair of snake boots that are my go to hunting boots and are really comfortable. So the North may have better hog sign? I'm happy just to get out there. I've been in Oklahoma all season so it's good to get out again.
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