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#6474037 - 09/29/16 04:42 PM Wooly Booger
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Woodsman

Registered: 07/10/14
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Loc: Lewisville/ Foard County
Didn't get to put this Pease River Pig on a scale. What ya'll think?



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#6474055 - 09/29/16 04:54 PM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: onlysmith&wesson]
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#6474429 - 09/29/16 09:50 PM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: onlysmith&wesson]
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It's really difficult to determine weight from photos, but I'd say that's a medium-large hog!
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#6474538 - 09/30/16 05:51 AM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: onlysmith&wesson]
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I think that's a good'in
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#6474551 - 09/30/16 06:17 AM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: onlysmith&wesson]
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cheers
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#6474553 - 09/30/16 06:19 AM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: onlysmith&wesson]
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I've killed 10-12 hogs, and only actually weighed one. It was 182. Every one in camp estimating between 140-150. Shown here: The one hanging in the original post was way bigger and put a big strain on my hand winch.



Edited by onlysmith&wesson (09/30/16 06:24 AM)

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#6474567 - 09/30/16 06:40 AM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: onlysmith&wesson]
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Woodsman

Registered: 07/10/14
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Here's a double: It happens a lot, shoot one, they scatter and one or two stop when they think they're hid.

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#6474854 - 09/30/16 10:33 AM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: onlysmith&wesson]
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I think he is dead. Which makes him a good pig. LOL

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#6475065 - 09/30/16 01:26 PM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: onlysmith&wesson]
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Easy way to find real weight of a pig is to measure girth ( right behind front legs) times by ten and subtract 200 = weight of pig

38 inch girth times 10 = 380 - 200 = 180 pound pig
You can get the 120 tape at Walmart in sewing section for a couple of dollars
That one looks 180 ish


Edited by Deadend (09/30/16 01:27 PM)
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#6475552 - 09/30/16 09:44 PM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: Deadend]
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Originally Posted By: Deadend
Easy way to find real weight of a pig is to measure girth ( right behind front legs) times by ten and subtract 200 = weight of pig

38 inch girth times 10 = 380 - 200 = 180 pound pig
You can get the 120 tape at Walmart in sewing section for a couple of dollars
That one looks 180 ish


I like this, I think I'll try it.
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#6477810 - 10/02/16 09:46 PM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: Sirrah243]
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Originally Posted By: Sirrah243
Originally Posted By: Deadend
Easy way to find real weight of a pig is to measure girth ( right behind front legs) times by ten and subtract 200 = weight of pig

38 inch girth times 10 = 380 - 200 = 180 pound pig
You can get the 120 tape at Walmart in sewing section for a couple of dollars
That one looks 180 ish


I like this, I think I'll try it.

cheers Been known ta use a rope for a belt a time or two... forgot our back packs on one trip, rope took on tripple roll.. kept me britches up, can mark at 1 imch increments for messuring, beats totting scales around in de woods, & fer dragging... back pack works best... nice hog ... flag
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#6480357 - 10/04/16 12:42 PM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: onlysmith&wesson]
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man that thing looks like a bear. no clue on weight

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#6480447 - 10/04/16 01:30 PM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: onlysmith&wesson]
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How close were you to Matador?
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#6481955 - 10/05/16 11:10 AM Re: Wooly Booger [Re: FoxTrot]
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Woodsman

Registered: 07/10/14
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Loc: Lewisville/ Foard County
75 or so miles

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