• December 26, 2014

Soo-weet deal: Coryell County gears up for hog bounty

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2 comments:

  • 11B38 posted at 9:17 am on Sun, Jul 28, 2013.

    11B38 Posts: 7

    This problem is all over the country. Same type program in Muscogee County in Georgia when I was stationed at Ft. Benning. Killed about the same amount this CHAMP program did last year. Didn't put a dent in the population. I trap and hunt them on some property near Junction Texas, there bad up there too, and your right, they are fun to hunt, even better to eat!

     
  • JohnnyinHarkerHeights posted at 8:05 am on Sun, Jul 28, 2013.

    JohnnyinHarkerHeights Posts: 48

    If the problem were wolves they'd been exterminated by now.

    Aren't hogs as much fun to hunt?