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    Fresno. 30 minutes out. I do miss the pig hunting out there, but that's it ok, maybe the ducks and mountain quail too.

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    Killer Hog man!!

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    Man that's one nice pig, congrats to the hunter!

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    Nice boar, my buddy just got back from hunting in Central Cali and their party took five pigs with hounds.

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    Here is a picture of the pigs they bagged, I believe the fifth pig was in the truck.
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    Is there an actual season for pigs in California or can you hunt them all year?

    I was looking through the DFG website and I couldn't find anything that specifically stated what it was.

    I'd like to get up north and/or over by the coast and hunt some pigs there.

    Also, anybody here hunted on any of the winery property? A guy up by Clear Lake told us that the pigs do serious damage to the vineyards, so you'd think they'd be glad to have somebody come do some pest control for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMSZ View Post
    Is there an actual season for pigs in California or can you hunt them all year?

    I was looking through the DFG website and I couldn't find anything that specifically stated what it was.

    I'd like to get up north and/or over by the coast and hunt some pigs there.

    Also, anybody here hunted on any of the winery property? A guy up by Clear Lake told us that the pigs do serious damage to the vineyards, so you'd think they'd be glad to have somebody come do some pest control for them.
    Yes, you can hunt pigs year round, and buy as many tags as you want
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    Yes, you can hunt pigs year round, and buy as many tags as you want
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    Ah, the nostalgic aroma of a yak dung stove brewing up some tea full of herbs best left untranslated.
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    Now this is what I call a HOG!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
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    Now this is what I call a HOG!
    Hey CC, that looks like hogzilla! That one has to be farm raised, not a wild boar.
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