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#7174293 - 05/19/18 03:28 PM Hog hunting lease
Hunterjake Offline
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Registered: 01/21/11
Posts: 21
I am looking for hog hunting opportunities. Even willing to pay if the price is right. Not looking for a day lease. Id like to have year round access to some land JUST for hog hunting and be able to come and go as I please.

Me and a buddy have recently joined the world of thermal hunting and both have an AR setup with thermal optics. Problem is that neither one of us have a place to shoot pigs. I have a deer lease and am not interested in deer or any other game, only hogs.

Is there anybody that has or knows someone that has some land that will let us come out and clean up the hog population? Or even better treat it as our own lease and let us come and go as we please without getting permission every time?

We live in Waxahachie (Ellis county). Id like to be within an hour from home in any direction.

Its starting to feel like a lost cause. Let me know if you guys have any input.


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#7174307 - 05/19/18 04:10 PM Re: Hog hunting lease [Re: Hunterjake]
colt45 Offline
THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 08/19/06
Posts: 8351
Loc: bastrop county
one problem, just because you have hogs today, does not mean you will have year around, unless you are getting thousands of acres, any pressure and most time they will leave and hogs tend to roam, especially in dry conditions
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#7176383 - 05/22/18 03:49 AM Re: Hog hunting lease [Re: colt45]
pigplinker Offline
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Registered: 08/07/11
Posts: 1975
Loc: Ben Wheeler,Tx
Originally Posted By: colt45
one problem, just because you have hogs today, does not mean you will have year around, unless you are getting thousands of acres, any pressure and most time they will leave and hogs tend to roam, especially in dry conditions


Yes to this. On our farm this time 2 years ago they were not on us and had not been in months. Six months later they are back and regular until we hit them hard then they leave for a few days or so. You never know how long they will stay in an area.

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