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#6131676 - 01/11/16 11:30 PM unfortunate story
Theblakester Offline
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Registered: 03/24/14
Posts: 233
Loc: Houston
My dad shot a deer and took it to his processor. While there, the processor told my dad about a friend of his who had shot a hog under a feeder off his back porch a couple weeks back. he said the hog dropped in its tracks. apparently the man ( a bit older), went to sleep, woke up the next day, had his coffee and saw the hog laying there under the feeder where he had shot it. After his morning coffee, he got on his 4 wheeler and drove over to the hog. when he walked up to grab the hog, the hog jumped and knocked him to the ground. Said the hog proceeded to get on top of him trying to bite and kill the man. Said the man wrestled the hog with every oz of strength he had getting ripped up fighting that hog until the hog passed out and died again from what i assume was the wound opening back up and causing the boar to finally bleed out. I dont recall the total amount of stitches the guy had to get but it was a lot.. on his hands, face, and legs. the guy said it was he knew laying there wrestling that hog that it was either him or the hog.

Y'all have fun, but be careful out there.
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#6131745 - 01/12/16 05:51 AM Re: unfortunate story [Re: Theblakester]
dawaba Offline
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The Moderators should move this post to Tall Tales and Yarns. Just my opinion.......
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#6131783 - 01/12/16 06:47 AM Re: unfortunate story [Re: Theblakester]
8pointdrop Online   sleepy
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Registered: 12/16/11
Posts: 4847
Loc: My favorite place TEXAS
When spotlighting pigs out of a milo field, we would always shoot as many as possible chasing them through the field in the truck and shooting as we went. That meant that there would be pigs scattered all over the field so we would just come back the next day to drag them off. Found a big boar a long ways from where we had shot him, that happened sometimes I'd seen that before. What I hadn't seen before was a hog come back to life while I was hooking the chain to his back leg. We'd spined him and he was not able to use his rear legs but was very much alive and could move surprisingly well on just his front legs. He never got real close to getting me, but you couldn't tell that from the way I was jumping into the bed of the truck and climbing through the back sliding glass for a gun.

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#6131979 - 01/12/16 09:21 AM Re: unfortunate story [Re: dawaba]
Armalite260 Offline
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Originally Posted By: dawaba
The Moderators should move this post to Tall Tales and Yarns. Just my opinion.......


LMAO!!!

wtf

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#6131989 - 01/12/16 09:27 AM Re: unfortunate story [Re: 8pointdrop]
colt.45 Offline
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Registered: 03/16/12
Posts: 9984
Loc: wondering about the woods
cheers awsome stories... huntsolo here... Always let someone know were ya gonna be.... rofl might explain why friends at work usdta tell me hogs gonna get cha & why they called me caveman after talking bout my hog hunts... i been Blessed bang except for the time get stitches above me knee, in a knife fight with a hog... As pappy says: Tis about as bright as a burnt out light bulb... Night hunting has gotten a lot safer now with NV & Thermal puts advantage ta hunter... cheers on thread, can only speak for me self... Have gone inta thick stuff after wounded hogs, day & at night, that's when an animals most dangerous, cornered & wounded ... i don't recomend it... rofl some say i'm muyloco been tested, 2 outa3 doctors disagree.... bang dey gots the Gov. csi spying on me... This post will probly get sent back.. 2cents postage due ... Stay Safe, hunt with a friend & share the memmories... Most of mine will die with me... Edit: 2cents As pappy once said: only thing i fear more going in after a wounded wild hog, tis a hunter who's scared of hogs... i hunt the thick stuff... flag
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#6132003 - 01/12/16 09:33 AM Re: unfortunate story [Re: Theblakester]
cabosandinh Offline
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Registered: 08/12/13
Posts: 1341
Loc: Dallas, TX
I don't think this is tall tale

I shot a hog last year that rolled over with legs kicking in the air
only to be gone after I went to get the ATV

A friend caught a boar in Leuders, TX with dogs, put several rounds of 9mm
in his head, went to get truck, hog was gone by the time he got back

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#6132239 - 01/12/16 11:51 AM Re: unfortunate story [Re: Theblakester]
603Country Offline
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Registered: 07/03/12
Posts: 5485
Loc: Central Texas
Heck, I shot one the other afternoon, before I got into the stand. Thought I'd just get into the stand and hope the rest of the pigs would come back. I did that, leaned down for the binocs to look at the pig, but when I raised up, the pig was gone. Dang it.

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#6133381 - 01/12/16 11:03 PM Re: unfortunate story [Re: Theblakester]
Theblakester Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 03/24/14
Posts: 233
Loc: Houston
haha i dont blame the guy for for saying that.. I 2nd guessed my dad when her told me the story. and my dad said he 2nd guessed charlie his processor. but charlie said thats what happened, and that old country man has no reason to make that up...
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Fast paced gregarious society forgets the healing power of solitude. It's worked thousands of years. Casting a line/gazing into a campfire/sitting in a blind after a long week is medicine for the soul. The serenity and peacefulness of it all is majestic.

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#6135110 - 01/14/16 08:21 AM Re: unfortunate story [Re: Theblakester]
Bearclaw Offline
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Registered: 08/05/12
Posts: 1859
Loc: Dallas, TX
worthless

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#6135119 - 01/14/16 08:27 AM Re: unfortunate story [Re: Theblakester]
Pig_Popper Offline
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Registered: 08/16/15
Posts: 1015
Loc: Fort Worth
Shoot hog in head and then move in to collect
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