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    Nice Roy!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOHNTR View Post
    Sawfish:

    Is that a free ranging hog or a penned raised one from Big Horn Canyon Ranch?
    ....wrut...wro.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrod View Post
    Did you get that hog hunting behind jagdterriers patterdales and dogos
    I have a blackmouth cur and fox terrier that both like to catch hogs. Where I hunt there is a lot of brush and you only get a quick glimpse of the hogs as they run across the road. Once in a while at first or last light you may catch one in a meadow like the one I shot on Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Hughes View Post
    I have a blackmouth cur and fox terrier that both like to catch hogs. Where I hunt there is a lot of brush and you only get a quick glimpse of the hogs as they run across the road. Once in a while at first or last light you may catch one in a meadow like the one I shot on Friday.
    I got a couple of Decker terriers that need some hog work if you need someone to tag along. I don't even want to shoot, just see the dogs work.

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    Tim, do you make your own sausage or have a butcher do it for you? When I lived in Petaluma all my hogs went to Buds meats outside of Rohnert Park. He did a great job especially on the smoking of the hams and I always had do some polish sausage for the barbque.

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    Sneaky,
    I do all of my own butchering of game. I use Willowside Meats in Santa Rosa for my domestic meats but I have used Bud's in the past. They are very good too. I really enjoy making my own sausage. In fact, I am getting ready to make 30 lbs. of Chorizo and 25 Lbs. of Andouille out of that last hog. You can't beat wild pork for all kinds of sausage. I usually add some regular pork fat to the grind too.

    Jrod,
    I am done hog hunting for the year. My Cur is pregnant and after the grass turns brown the hogs don't taste as good until the acorns fall. Besides, A zone archery deer opens in two weeks! Yee Haa

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    Tim, I bet it's very good. So true I never hunted pigs usually after mid May. Have fun making that sausage.

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    Cheers Tim. All the Best this year

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    Where are you guys hunting? I've been wanting to go hog hunting, but when I was looking into it last year, it seemed like outfitters and landowners were charging $600+ to hunt anywhere. I remeber some of the wineries were having problems with them, but the ones I called weren't allowing people to hunt.
    Ah, the nostalgic aroma of a yak dung stove brewing up some tea full of herbs best left untranslated.
    From the Zen Backpacking Site

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    Nice hog!!!

 

 

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