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 Posted: Tue Jul 31st, 2007 08:38 am
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Check this out !!!!!!

 

http://www.theage.com.au/news/world/boy-hunts-down-476kg-wild-hog/2007/05/26/1179601713606.html



 Posted: Wed Aug 1st, 2007 09:53 am
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Do you think this hog was very far from it's pen?



 Posted: Wed Aug 1st, 2007 10:52 am
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Don't know... but man it's huge !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



 Posted: Fri Aug 3rd, 2007 05:41 pm
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That was a pet hog that was released into the wild a few days before it was shot.



 Posted: Sun Nov 4th, 2007 06:20 pm
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   I think that hawg is awful dark to be a pet. I'm no expert but i dont believe it's a durock, yorkshire or hampshire and too big to be a pot-belly.

  I'm not being argumentative, but that is a giant.

      What do you think Boarmaster?



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 Posted: Sun Nov 4th, 2007 08:31 pm
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It was raised by a farmer and let out about a week before it was killed. That's the truth.



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  So that kind of makes it not a world record as far as the wild piggy's go. what is the largest hog to date that is truly wild? Not a set up like the one we were just discussing.



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 Posted: Sun Nov 4th, 2007 09:30 pm
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I don't know! That's the problem. Boar hunter magazine is working on a tally, but it will be awhile until there are true trophies that will be measured. Cody at brutal boar has had one for awhile, but the problem with it is, seperating the wild from the domestically raised "European Boar". Boar hunting will never be respected until the states that consider them unregulated quadrepeds put a season on them;"Then they will be respected as a game animal and will be hunted and controlled! Until then they are considered a nuisence and only a few will try to keep records.  20 acre  farm raised  high fence european boar will always take the stage in photos for now. 



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Well said.....



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 Posted: Thu Nov 22nd, 2007 09:15 pm
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http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,277097,00.html

The real story; sad but true

Come here big Fred let me shoot you over WHILE YOU SLOWLY WADDLE AWAY FROM US. WE KNOW YOU CANNOT MOVE FAST SINCE YOU WEIGH 1 AND A HALF MILLION POUNDS. WOW DAD THIS MUST BE A STAR TREK HOGGY. LETS CONTINUE TO SHOOT AT IT'S SLOW MOVING ELEPHANT LOOKING BODY. 


:D:D:D:DYOUR THE BEST DAD!!!!!! THANKS FOR LETTING ME KILL THIS MASSIVE PET PIGGY!!! WE WILL HAVE THIS MEMORY FOREVER:?:?:?:?:?:?:?:?

Sorry, but I still think that anyone in there right mind would know that this was a tame hog;);););););) COME ON PEOPLE!

WHAT ABOUT A 400LB RACCOON? MAYBE THAT WOULD BE TROPHY, OR A 1,500 BIG FOOT:cool:


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    I thought this hog was taken in the U.S., but all the measurements are done in metric. What's the deal?



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    Hey Boarmaster, I'll tell you another story about a released hog being shot. There was a "hunting" operation going on in Mauriceville, behind a high fence (of course). It was about a 100 acres. They were trapping wild hogs, and releaseing them there, along with anything else you wanted to hunt. Mostly a bow hunting operation. Anyway, this heavy metal band guy comes down from New York, or somewhere up there, links up with none other than our own Orange ....................., I'll leave my adjective for him out of the text to try to be nice, outdoor writer. The hunt was written up in Texas Fish and Game, and to read it, you would think they were off in the most wildest of wild territory. Anyway, the heavy metal punker, sticks this big pig. His picture is in the TF&G, and they make a big deal out of it. Texas Fish and Game shouldn't even allow articles with this background, to be published. You want more details, PM me.



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Chick wrote:     Hey Boarmaster, I'll tell you another story about a released hog being shot. There was a "hunting" operation going on in Mauriceville, behind a high fence (of course). It was about a 100 acres. They were trapping wild hogs, and releaseing them there, along with anything else you wanted to hunt. Mostly a bow hunting operation. Anyway, this heavy metal band guy comes down from New York, or somewhere up there, links up with none other than our own Orange ....................., I'll leave my adjective for him out of the text to try to be nice, outdoor writer. The hunt was written up in Texas Fish and Game, and to read it, you would think they were off in the most wildest of wild territory. Anyway, the heavy metal punker, sticks this big pig. His picture is in the TF&G, and they make a big deal out of it. Texas Fish and Game shouldn't even allow articles with this background, to be published. You want more details, PM me.

I believe it. It's pretty sad, but that's why I don't like the trophy part of it.  I guess it's the same in deer hunting and everything else. There are plenty of 20 acre fenced lots around here that buy trapped hogs and you can go out there and shoot them while they push them around with 4 wheelers. You pay by weight. Then you can say that you hunt wild boar. I still cannot believe that they are considered unregulated quadrepeds. Places like this only add to the conception that wild hogs are no more than trash and they will never be controlled or respected.



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Boarmaster, is there a minimum amount of acreage that you would be comfortable to hunt on that is high fenced? 1,000 acres? 5,000 acres?



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I really don't have anything against high fence hunts. I imagine some of the ones in Texas could be a hard hunt because they are so big. It's shooting fish in a barrel that I don't like. I don't have anything against guided hunts either.



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