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for all thoes that requested more pics and especially for lizzie.i caught this hog about 2 months ago with the 2 dogs shown.the white one is chip 9-th generation catahoula bulldog that i have bred for 25 years for hunting and bobetta the yeller one is bobtail catahoula ,some new blood for the future.the hog was caught,tied and released elsewhere...rs
 

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kogeki said:
Nice one Cracker. Weight? Do you ever kill and eat the hogs?

You need to hook us up with some video.
I have a boar head mounted and hanging in my office. And on the trip to Mississippi where I shot it, that's where I saw my first AB in action. Huge brindle male, a standard/classic mix. I shot the hog as soon as the other little dogs chased it out of the brush. The AB so disappointed he didn't get to take it down he started whining, so we let him go, he ran up and mouthed the ears, and then came trotting back to us like he had really done a big job. I have eaten wild hogs several times, no gamey taste at all.
 

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crackerbull said:
for all thoes that requested more pics and especially for lizzie.
alphadog said:
Cool thanks for sharing :D .... I am sure Lizzie will like them also :sign5:
Maybe at some point ya'll can grow up and let it go.

I did.

It's a forum that I am allowed to express my opinion in. If I think what someone is doing is cruel, I'm allowed to share that...Lord knows if a photo was posted of someone being cruel to a dog, ya'll would express your opinions on that -- some of you much more hatefully than I did.

Either way, personal attacks are still against the rules so kindly knock it off.
 

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tycosales said:
kogeki said:
Nice one Cracker. Weight? Do you ever kill and eat the hogs?

You need to hook us up with some video.
I have a boar head mounted and hanging in my office. And on the trip to Mississippi where I shot it, that's where I saw my first AB in action. Huge brindle male, a standard/classic mix. I shot the hog as soon as the other little dogs chased it out of the brush. The AB so disappointed he didn't get to take it down he started whining, so we let him go, he ran up and mouthed the ears, and then came trotting back to us like he had really done a big job. I have eaten wild hogs several times, no gamey taste at all.
I thought I read thought, that hunters who hunt boar with dogs sually use a knife to kill the boar, as to not take any chances of accidentally shooting the dogs?
 

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Kasco said:
tycosales said:
kogeki said:
Nice one Cracker. Weight? Do you ever kill and eat the hogs?

You need to hook us up with some video.
I have a boar head mounted and hanging in my office. And on the trip to Mississippi where I shot it, that's where I saw my first AB in action. Huge brindle male, a standard/classic mix. I shot the hog as soon as the other little dogs chased it out of the brush. The AB was so disappointed he didn't get to take it down he started whining, so we let him go, he ran up and mouthed the ears, and then came trotting back to us like he had really done a big job. I have eaten wild hogs several times, no gamey taste at all.
I thought I read thought, that hunters who hunt boar with dogs (u)sually use a knife to kill the boar, as to not take any chances of accidentally shooting the dogs?
(1) I am an excellent shot, especially with a pistol. 8) And of course you always make sure of what is near/behind your target. :!:
(2) I was only about 30 feet away :!:
(3) When my friend gave the command, the little chase dogs (curr/fiest/mix) parted like the red sea. The hog was in the open.
 

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tycosales said:
Kasco said:
tycosales said:
kogeki said:
Nice one Cracker. Weight? Do you ever kill and eat the hogs?

You need to hook us up with some video.
I have a boar head mounted and hanging in my office. And on the trip to Mississippi where I shot it, that's where I saw my first AB in action. Huge brindle male, a standard/classic mix. I shot the hog as soon as the other little dogs chased it out of the brush. The AB was so disappointed he didn't get to take it down he started whining, so we let him go, he ran up and mouthed the ears, and then came trotting back to us like he had really done a big job. I have eaten wild hogs several times, no gamey taste at all.
I thought I read thought, that hunters who hunt boar with dogs (u)sually use a knife to kill the boar, as to not take any chances of accidentally shooting the dogs?
(1) I am an excellent shot, especially with a pistol. 8) And of course you always make sure of what is near/behind your target. :!:
(2) I was only about 30 feet away :!:
(3) When my friend gave the command, the little chase dogs (curr/fiest/mix) parted like the red sea. The hog was in the open.

Ahhhh....I see. I was just curious. Thanks for the reply. :D
 
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