hey guys,, new here
im wondering if any of you pig hunters are from N.M.???
im in the Carlsbad area, im looking for some places to try,,
i know theres alot of pigs here i just need to be pointed in
the right direction THANKS,,,,,,,
hey Chuck ,, i know there is hogs here, ive seen there tracks and wallos
up and down the river here , also some of the ranchers complain the hogs are
tearing up there fields.
seems people around here are so tight lipped about areas to hunt pigs,
it's not like i want to climb in the blind with them,,,just looking for an area
that may hold pigs..
You might want to visit or call your local fish and game to see if they could point you in the right. Also the feed store might be able to help you find someone who has pigs. You might want to check out stores that sell fence and supplies. People who have a pig problem have a fence problem. My friend has a small ranch and he has to keep 2 hand full time just fixing holes in the fence so his cows don't get away. Hope this helps you out, and that very soon your freezer is filled with chops and sausage.
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