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Hog Hunting in North Mississippi

Many states like Texas and Georgia are well known for their over populations of wild pigs, but Mississippi is on the list, too.

Angelia's hog

Some say there is a wild hog epidemic in Mississippi. Others try to downplay it as just another nuisance species that needs a little more control and eradication effort. Either way you choose to look at it, the facts are that free ranging packs of wild pigs are rooting their way around the state, Read More…

New Mexico Hunters: Expect Roadblocks this Hunting Season

"Land of Enchantment" game wardens plan to randomly stop citizens without cause.

New Mexico Game & Fish Trucks

Welcome to New Mexico, land of enchantment. Prepare to be randomly stopped on the road without cause. Enchanted yet? The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish recently released a statement announcing their intention to erect roadblocks “to collect harvest data and to detect wildlife law Read More…

Squirrel Hunting Revisited

Small game hunting is great fun and an ideal way to initiate youth hunters

Youth squirrel hunt 5

What has happened to squirrel hunting? Or should I say squirrel hunters? Squirrel hunting ought to be a top small game hunting sport, but over the past decade or so it seems to have faded into obscurity. Surely there are still hunters out there quietly stalking bushtails around the woods, but you Read More…

Classic: Chinese Police vs. Wild Hog

Many sticks broken and 13 shots fired to subdue the huge porker.

Glad I'm not the photographer - look where the gun is pointing.

This is from the oldie-but-goodie department. When a wild hog got into a Chinese Hospital in 2011, the police went after it. From the way this officer’s pistol is pointing, I’d say he follows Mike Rowe’s “Dirty Jobs” motto: “Safety third.” The poor hog was Read More…