|Hog Doggin - Redneck Style
March 07 at 6:00 pm
Hog hunting the old fashion way, with dogs and a knife. Join Greg Hackney and crew as they head out with a group of Rednecks looking for wild hogs, not the movie, but the actual wild hogs.
|Hog Hunting Tips with Ben McDonald
March 07 at 6:00 pm
Watch as Ben MacDonald shows you some tips to hunt hogs in Louisiana.
March 01 at 7:00 am
The Warden from Sportsmanís Communications is a remote trap monitor that sends a satellite-based message to the owner via email and/or text that the trap has been sprung. The notification even includes the trap location and the time it was triggered. This small battery powered device is inexpensive to purchase, easy to install and saves time in monitoring. A magnetic sensor cable and mounting bracket are included.
|A big-bore revolver hog hunt
January 30 at 9:00 am
I was sitting on an East Texas pipeline, cradling my 7 1/2-inch Ruger Super Redhawk in my lap, watching a pile of corn that had been scattered about the area and trampled with hundreds of hog tracks.
My hand cannon was stuffed with 335-grain hard-cast bullets in .454 Casull, a potent enough load in itself, but this went the extra step. These rounds were manufactured by Cor-Bon ó a company that found its niche in the ammunition market by producing ammo that pushed the envelope.
|Recurve hog and bonus hog
December 04, 2012 at 11:50 am
My last article featured a hunt during which I chased down and shot two hogs. I was disappointed my camera was switched off when it happened. It just so happened when I least expected it a similar chase ensued while the film was rolling.
Thanksgiving Day, I awoke early (at 3 a.m.) and made the drive to Red River WMA for a day of bow hunting before the woods became filled with the weekend gun crowd.
|Pig mania continues in Clinton
November 19, 2012 at 9:00 am
Just when we thought it was time to focus on the 2012 deer season, the pigs decide to keep playing the game.
During the month of July the feral hogs were quite active at Camp David and began coming to the bait sites on a daily basis. I made preparations to shoot them during their daylight visits and at night under the solar lights.
|Not enough arrows, just enough shells
November 07, 2012 at 9:35 am
A few weeks ago I had the easiest shot at a dozen hogs, and I was stuck in a tree with no arrows left.
I never hunt with less than a full quiver of six arrows, but before I made that hunt I took a quick shot with my bow and noticed the site was knocked off. It took me awhile to allen wrench the pins back into position, and running late for the hunt I forgot three arrows in the target.
This is a mistake Iíll never make again.
|Going hog wild
August 13, 2012 at 10:00 am
I mentioned last month that the hogs were finally beginning to show up at the bait sites and I was making plans to put some pork in the freezer.
|Hog blast on the Delta
December 01, 2011 at 5:17 pm
My buddy Randy Levingston and I, used the recent cold, windy weather to stalk up some hogs down at the Delta. Three big ones came out on Randy right before dark. He put an arrow in the largest one and the fun began.
|Early Louisiana hunters did it the old fashioned way ó with a knife
December 01, 2011 at 10:35 am
More often than not, hunting big game in Louisiana today entails sitting quietly for hours in a tree or box stand overlooking a corn feeder and waiting for the deer or hog to come to you.
|Solar power lighting up and pigging out
August 30, 2011 at 9:22 am
As I have mentioned before, it seems like there is an article about feral hogs in every hunting and wildlife magazine on the stands. Since the season is wide open on pigs, I have made an effort to hunt them hard this summer and reduce their numbers around Camp David.
|High On The Hogs
June 24, 2011 at 11:08 am
The concept of fair chase is a hallmark tenet of hunters around the globe. Basically, it means that hunters give the game they target a fair and fighting chance to outwit the hunter and leave him hungry for another chess match in the field.
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