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burgeman
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re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?

Killian you say, well I live in Hammond would love to use my ak on some targets.


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SportTiger1
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Stonewall, LA
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re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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full auto M16A1

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helicopters


Well this just turned into a party.


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USMCTiger03
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re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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We'll start hunting them after deer season
Too late by then. That's how they get so bad, people think they're gonna have their own herd to hunt later at their leisure and in the meantime the hogs are multiplying like crazy.


trident
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Member since Jul 2007
3513 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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Anton7


fbrink1@gmail.com

will bring multiple 30 rd magazines of .223
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brass2mouth
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Member since Jul 2007
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re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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Too late by then. That's how they get so bad, people think they're gonna have their own herd to hunt later at their leisure and in the meantime the hogs are multiplying like crazy.



Can't hunt them without the restrictions during deer season, in LA anyways.


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Bleeding purple
TCU Fan
Athens, Texas
Member since Sep 2007
23075 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
GT hunts?


TigerTatorTots
LSU Fan
Mandeville, LA
Member since Jul 2009
68869 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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LINK

My cousin flies helicopters. I'm sure for some free hunting we could make something happen
That was amazing!


olgoi khorkhoi
Bucknell Fan
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Member since May 2011
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re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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The best way I've been told, by a guy who does it for a living, is using an infrared scope and silencer in a large field at night, but that would run a good bit of money.


How much can one pull down a year doing this?

I am seriously considering changing careers and becoming a hog assasin for hire.
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Meauxjeaux
Memphis Fan
90248 posts including my alters
Member since Jun 2005
18917 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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GT hunts?


get together... I went retard and didn't know what else to call it. Group hunt maybe?


Anton7
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Mandeville
Member since Jul 2012
1133 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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I am seriously considering changing careers and becoming a hog assasin for hire.
Now that's what I'M talkin' 'bout!


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Anton7
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Mandeville
Member since Jul 2012
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re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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My cousin flies helicopters. I'm sure for some free hunting we could make something happen
That was awesome! Now I want a helicopter!


hypnos
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TheDrunkenTigah
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2011
9346 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
Thermal scope and various other toys could be a tax write-off, this is sounding better and better.


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tkr1407
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Member since Aug 2011
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re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
Call me and let me help you do my part!


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EMP40 LSU
Member since Mar 2010
379 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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Too late by then. That's how they get so bad, people think they're gonna have their own herd to hunt later at their leisure and in the meantime the hogs are multiplying like crazy.


Agreed. You, and everyone else that hunts with you, MUST shoot all hogs on sight. They're excellent eating and they're really easy to give away when you fill your freezer up. There's no excuse. If you're worried about messing up your deer hunt by shooting a hog, you'll be messing yourself up in the long run.

You can't hunt them at night during deer season in Louisiana, but you don't need to. They're pretty easy to stalk, especially when they're moving.


Thatguy...
Southern Fan
cajun country
Member since Nov 2012
205 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
And i thought i had a hog problem.......


Anton7
New Orleans Saints Fan
Mandeville
Member since Jul 2012
1133 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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You can't hunt them at night during deer season in Louisiana, but you don't need to. They're pretty easy to stalk, especially when they're moving.
I've yet to see a hog during the day.


EMP40 LSU
Member since Mar 2010
379 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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I've yet to see a hog during the day.


Yeah, for some reason they move a lot during the day where we hunt. They move at night too, but we have a serious problem. It helps having a pipeline to hunt on, they cross it very often.

When we're hunting hogs though, we get down and go after them. You can hear a group of them from a pretty good distance. You can track them to their beds also, if the ground is soft enough.

Corral type traps are pretty effective also.


Anton7
New Orleans Saints Fan
Mandeville
Member since Jul 2012
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re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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And i thought i had a hog problem.......
You ain't seen nuttin brudda


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flyAU
Auburn Fan
ATL
Member since Dec 2010
12462 posts

re: Other than nukes, how do you get rid of them?
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Seriously though, the only real way to make a dent is to trap those bastards.



Out of curiosity why does trapping them work better than killing?


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