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    I've killed a lot of pigs and never killed a stinky or bad tasting pig in fact my wife loves wild pig and won't touch deer meat! Go figure . I always had the hams deboned ,smoked and cut in half. Perfect meal fora family of four and any leftovers she median to spilt pea soup! I sure miss hunting them. We lost our hunting lease! It still plissé me off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sneakypete View Post
    I've killed a lot of pigs and never killed a stinky or bad tasting pig in fact my wife loves wild pig and won't touch deer meat! Go figure . I always had the hams deboned ,smoked and cut in half. Perfect meal fora family of four and any leftovers she median to spilt pea soup! I sure miss hunting them. We lost our hunting lease! It still plissé me off!
    man I bet smoking them makes taste amazing

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    It sure does. I also used to have the chops cut at least one inch thick! Also these were great on the barbque.

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    I killed this hog in SoCal a few years back with a Ruger SRH in .44 Magnum. He placed in the SCI Top Ten hog kills with a handgun. Estimated weight was 450-500 lbs..

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    Sawfish:

    Is that a free ranging hog or a penned raised one from Big Horn Canyon Ranch?
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    Got this little fella Friday night.

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    Good looking wild calico hog, Tim. I love the look of it!
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    Thanks! I cut him up today and plan on making some andouille and chorizo sausage this week. I've been doing pretty good lately at our ranch in Cloverdale, CA. Hunting hogs is lot of fun and keeps us hunting between all of the other seasons. My dog caught this one on Memorial Day.

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    Awesome Tim!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sawfish View Post
    I killed this hog in SoCal a few years back with a Ruger SRH in .44 Magnum. He placed in the SCI Top Ten hog kills with a handgun. Estimated weight was 450-500 lbs..

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    Did you get that hog hunting behind jagdterriers patterdales and dogos

 

 

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