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Missouri Dept of Conservation Changing Feral Hog Strategy

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Missouri Dept of Conservation Changing Feral Hog Strategy

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been hunting for 'em....tough to get on Brick Wall,) Brick Wall,) Brick Wall,)

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Missouri Dept of Conservation Changing Feral Hog Strategy

Im wanting to get into hog hunting and am looking for the place to go either around Jefferson city, Mo or around Lake Wappapello. If anyone knows of any please let me know. thanks

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Missouri Dept of Conservation Changing Feral Hog Strategy

if states don't get control over the feral hog problembs they will become a huge threat to farmers

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Missouri Dept of Conservation Changing Feral Hog Strategy

Unfortunately, hogs are becoming more of the threat to native species and agriculture all over the U.S. Our grandchildren will still be dealing with them long after we are gone.

There should be an effort to completely eradicate this non indigenous species. There should be no closed seasons with no bag limits. Hogs are prolific breeders with large litters and they are also smarter than most people give them credit for. We should even kill the piglets (they'd be mighty tasty on the grill.)

I thought the article was well written and helped to present the feral hog problem in the proper manner.

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Missouri Dept of Conservation Changing Feral Hog Strategy

if someone tells me where there at, i'll do my part to iradicate them

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We have been hunting hogs regualrly for some time now. We use dogs and ride horses and mules into the areas they use... It has been my experience that the hogs will find the places that are dense and brushy to spend most of their time. I don't claim to be an expert hog hunter, but we have taken alot of hogs this way. I don't see that the use of helicopters and sharpshooters is going to be benificial, especially during the summer. How about offering a bounty for them?

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Missouri Dept of Conservation Changing Feral Hog Strategy

Contact Lake Wappapello Manager Gary Stilts office:573-222-8562
They will send you an information packet with the hot spots and a map.

ternewt24 wrote:
Im wanting to get into hog hunting and am looking for the place to go either around Jefferson city, Mo or around Lake Wappapello. If anyone knows of any please let me know. thanks

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