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Well you can "stalk" wild hogs. This isn't the way that I've been feral hog hunting. Most of the time they had dogs that wear leather vest that protect them from the tusks, and they literally fight, hold down, or corner and get the hogs attention, while a guy hops on the hogs back with a knife and kills it. This was in south Georgia and one of the craziest things I have ever seen.HydroAuto said:Is that a hunt in which you were involved? I had no idea you could get that close to feral pigs. Is that how hog hunts typically go? Are wild pigs color blind? Keen of sight/scent?
Who said anything about baiting? Just eating. Plus, I hunt in South Carolina pretty often, where they do bait deer. I've never seen baiting of hogs, though.Malum Prohibitum said:
The guy who works over at Evan's Mill Pawn told me his buddy shot a Bull in the head with a 10mm in South Georgia and the bull dropped dead on the spot. The velocity and different bullet weights is what sold me on the 10mil.dunkel said:I've always heard that 10mm is a bad boy, but never actually seen one in action like that.