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    Speared hog over bait

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    Monday, Nephew speared this 250 pound hog over bait in Florida

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    Cool stuff!

    Channeling John J Rambo for the win on pork chops and bacon!


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    That’s some hardcore hunting. That seems like a really cool way to get a hog. How far do they typically go after being speared—tracking hogs and pulling them out of cover is one the worst parts of hog hunting. Since they seem to always die in the nastiest, most snake infested corners of the woods.
    OEF / OIR / OFS

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    Oh HELL yes, you caveman. : )
    A true "Gun Guy" (or gal) should have familiarity and a modicum of proficiency with most all firearms platforms, as well as the major Food Groups.

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    He said it went about 20 yards, returned to the initial area and dropped over.

    Friggin amazing.

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    I've "still hunted" Hogs for years with revolvers' and it could be sporty occasionally.

    Always thought spear/Yari would be the next step up on the Adrenaline scale.
    A true "Gun Guy" (or gal) should have familiarity and a modicum of proficiency with most all firearms platforms, as well as the major Food Groups.

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    Growing up I new this one old boy that would jump out of trees with a knife and take down big hogs like that, he didn't always walk away unscathed.
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    Whoa! Wow! Cool loot. Tell me, how did you make the trap and how did you determine the place where to set it? Stupid question, but I'm new to hunting. There is passion, knowledge and skills are not enough. Therefore, I am here to learn how to handle weapons, the correct choice of weapons and other subtleties.

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    I read the thread title and thought this was about my high school prom, long ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    I read the thread title and thought this was about my high school prom, long ago.
    Welp, there's goes my internet limit for the day... HAHA! No, the last time I saw a speared hog was when I was stationed back in Hawaii...

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