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Point's for these?

Here's the 2 porker's i got last friday...Spot'd them on way out from check'n on blind and feeder's.Their was a third one but he snuck out on me...Ant crazy bout porker's but i had to eliminate them...Gave them to my concrete finisher...Porker's,peeeU....

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Congratulations!

Sweet!  Congratulations on the porkers - man o man - you have there the makings of some fine breakfast sausage with the adition of some salt, sage, and black pepper.  YUM!   

 I am so looking forward to the opportunity to pack my freezer with some pigs when the feral population reaches my area.  You guys are lucky to have them! 

The hogs are in southern New York state on the edge of the Pennsylvania border.  I can only hope that they reproduce and move north.  This is a win : win on every level for hunters.  And I hope that I get to be among them whacking and stacking porkers like you!  Thumbs up

 

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Great looking hogs!  Congrats

Great looking hogs!  Congrats on those!

I can't wait till December, which will be my first hog hunt.  2 full days, 275,000 acres.  Should be a fun time. 

I am hoping for lots of sausages, loins, and roasts...... Wink

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Great job on the porkers,

Great job on the porkers, lol. Do they taste alot like domestic hogs or are they really different tasting?

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Congrats!  Way to do your

Congrats!  Way to do your part for wildlife management, and get some practice in for other species you enjoy hunting more than hogs.  Besides, I am sure your friend is greatful for your generosity.  

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Great job on the hogs, at

Great job on the hogs, at least you got some shooting practice in while your'e getting ready for the deer hunting. I love to hunt hogs myself and although they don't smell the best after you kill them they clean up as good as anything else.

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Thank's Feller's...Me i just

Thank's Feller's...Me i just ant had no luck with porker's,less their bout 40 pounder's.Have'nt kill'd that many but those i have,Man,when you cook them.Send's the wife out the door a choke'n.I've been told if you kill them and their adrenaline ant a pump'n they'll be alrite,WRONG.I've even raised a few and they stink up house to,was told to have their nutz cut and that would help.Well how many wild hawg's have that done.I kill'd one a couple year's ago with crossbow he was bout 40 lbs maybe a lil under,now he was good.When i first start'd hunt'n this place i hunt i got one that went bout a buck75.Had him process'd into sausage,ham steak's etc...cost me $75...not again,wound up give'n him away.See if i cant post them....Good Luck 2 All !....B-Safe!

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Might be on the smaller side,

Might be on the smaller side, but those are by far the best eating.  Much better than a 250 lb boar. Wink

I'd take them!  Congrats!

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