naw the dog gets the vest you get the knife. should be pretty well even one pig you and a good bulldog. if we get a big boar we'll send in a second pit to help ya'll out mabe even a few hard catchin hounds
I have been hunting Texas hog for many years and would like to get in on some of the Tennesse action.
We mostly track and kill as not many of the local ranchers want you to use dogs.
I rarely come up empty as tracking is my strong suite.
Rifles and pistols mostly. Always carry sidearm as we have many cats in the same hunting areas. I normally carry a Bulgarian 7.62x39 for the big fellas.
I have relocated to Indiana for the next 5+ years and would like to find a hunting spot closer than my Texas lease. Any suggestions??
When it come to turkey calls some of us have only one or two. Then there are the ones that have and can't go in the turkey woods without at least a dozen or so. Remember that old calls still work. Just take a little time and freshen up your old style calling tactics.There are most likely more than a hundred types of turkey calls out there on the market. Just waiting for you to pull out the green and spend it on them. From Hunter's Specialties, Lynch, and even the famous Drury brothers calls...