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    All I know is that the picture is from Australia and the story with it was this guys dogs started disappearing and he found this monster eating one and shot it.
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    You guys ever watch the movie Razerback, that pig from Australia kinda looks like the pig from the movie.

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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
    I think only one a day though

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    She shot a damn nice boar Montana ! Congrats !

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    Nice picture Montana. The sepia photo effect turned out nice. I never saw many pigs while going to school in Fresno but there sure is a lot of farm country out that way. There sure are a lot of wild pigs out here, mostly on private land though.

    I'd like to try to hunt Tejon Ranch a bit south of Fresno one of these days and take my wife on a DIY hunt. I've seen pictures of some nice pigs come out of there. And you can see Elk, Deer and Pigs and more all in one day out on that place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Root View Post

    I'd like to try to hunt Tejon Ranch a bit south of Fresno one of these days and take my wife on a DIY hunt. I've seen pictures of some nice pigs come out of there. And you can see Elk, Deer and Pigs and more all in one day out on that place.
    When I was a kid (many years ago!), we used to sneak on the south end of the ranch and shoot quail. It was loaded with everything back then too, just didn't allow any hunting.
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