Hogzilla 2 down!!!

Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by XFORCE, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. wked

    wked 6 pointer

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    GOOD GAWD MAN! Thas, I say, thas a PIG! Congrats!! Know you had to be tore up!!! Can't wait to see the you tube. Betcha won't have any trouble gettin rid of that ol sausage either:)
     
  2. Blevins Gap Outdoors

    Blevins Gap Outdoors 12 pointer

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    Now that's a pig, congrats to you.
     
  3. DoeMaster

    DoeMaster 12 pointer

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    Wow!!! very nice! Congrats XFORCE!
     
  4. carnivore

    carnivore 12 pointer

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    Glad you had a great hunt and a rare experience, you'll remember it for the rest of your life! Good luck topping it.
    Congrats!
     
  5. hunternky

    hunternky 6 pointer

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  6. Outdoorfan

    Outdoorfan 6 pointer

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    Gratz on a monster of a pig! any clue how much he weighed??
     
  7. billproxs

    billproxs 12 pointer

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    WOW, That is one huge Hog.



    TN is a great State.
     
  8. Cantmisum

    Cantmisum 8 pointer

    I can explain it. It's called the fight or flight mechinisum .Your brain was telling your legs to turn and run. Your heart was freeking out because your legs wer'nt doing what your brain was telling them to do.

    XFORCE yours must be pretty dam close to that. That's probably the reason why, the running away part would not have worked. You most likely would have tripped and fell over them.:D
    Great hog , thats a once in a life time right there .
     
    Last edited: Feb 23, 2011
  9. westkybanded

    westkybanded 12 pointer

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    Are there any farms closeby that would explain it? Looks more like an escapee gone feral rather than a multi-generational "wild" pig. Heckuva big animal either way! Any tusks to it?
     
  10. Buck_Nasty

    Buck_Nasty 12 pointer

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    Didn't look like two blue dot softballs did they? LOL. Congrats and thanks for sharing the story.
     
  11. billproxs

    billproxs 12 pointer

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    was it taken on a ranch or on a regular private land? And in what part or county of Tennessee?
     
  12. deerdad

    deerdad 6 pointer

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    Hog For Days Man! Great Hunt Congrats!
     
  13. skin_dog1

    skin_dog1 BBBC Members

    Buddy, don't mean to burst your bubble, but if this is the place you were hunting then I doubt that hog was coming and going as he pleases. http://loshbough.com/ Regardless of what they say, you can't grow large supplies of huge hogs like shown on their site without stocking. It's got a fence around it so it ain't fair chase.
     
  14. linemansteve

    linemansteve Fawn

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    hate to make this my first post but skin_dog1, I think you where trying to bust his bubble. I thought the video was very good and I didn't see any high fence in the back ground. It's a shame when someone posts a hunt and people have to say things like that. Thats one reason I don't post hunt pics much anymore. Thanks for the tiime. Your friend in the great outdoors. Steve
     
  15. XFORCE

    XFORCE 8 pointer

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    Thanks linemansteve for your support!! Hey everyone has their own opinion right? There were absolutely no high fences and there was a woven wire fence surrounding the 500 plus acres of land. It had trees smashed down on it and the bottoms were bent up where the hogs go in and out under it. I'm sure they have brought some hogs in sometime but i seen hogs around the property that were running wild as well. We never came across the property fence even after 4-5 hrs worth of stalking and we did not see many hogs either was starting to think that there was none there. My boss and i stalked all by ourselves the guide in the video just happened to show up to get us because we called him to go to another area. On the way out i seen that boar two ridges away and said lets go get em. Thats how it all happened and i'm not ashamed of something i've always wanted to do.
     

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