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    Default Some new vistors to my Hunting Property.

    Here is a pics off of my Game cam.
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    fresh pork chops, yum. Nice pigs, they tearing your property up?
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    Yeh they just got here about a week ago. They have tore some stuff up in that little time.
    I think they are chasing the deer off the property also. Haven't had any pics of deer in the past week. Use to get at least a few pics at least every other night ,if not every night.
    They have to go.
    Taking a buddy out Friday to clean house.

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    The other white meat! yummmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!LOL
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    they are the blessed pigs the others lucked out with no furr! lol

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    yummmm i smell bacon...best start fillin the frezer..
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElkSlayer View Post
    yummmm i smell bacon...best start fillin the frezer..
    And from the looks of it, start soon. Remember, feral pigs reproduce about every 90 days. Young sows usually start breeding at about 9 months old. Almost as prolific as mice.
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    good thing there is no closed season in florida on hogs, hunt'em year round
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    same here in tex, no closed season . and we have plenty.
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