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Looking to Hunt Hogs #7103729
03/07/18 02:35 PM
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I currently live in Ohio but will be coming to San Antonio for training for 3 months and would love to do some hog hunting while Iím there, however, I am not really sure where to start. Is it easy to gain access on private ground? Or Would I be better off paying a daily to hunt at ranch? Is there alot of public land to hunt? Any info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance.

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Re: Looking to Hunt Hogs [Re: nrcook] #7103736
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Hunts with outfitters can be very inexpensive here and they open you up to a lot of cool opportunities like thermal hunts and hogdoggin!


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Re: Looking to Hunt Hogs [Re: nrcook] #7103892
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welcome ta texasHF.
Hog hunting is the next big thing. Lots of cool videos in here & on the net.

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Tough to get access on private land and not alot of public land. If i was going to be there for a few months you'd be better off using an outfitter. Ive had some good fun doing that! I prefer to go out on my own on Public land close to where I live but, outfitters can be great when time for scouting and access, etc is limited.

Re: Looking to Hunt Hogs [Re: mphunter] #7107849
03/11/18 04:18 PM
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Franklin, Tx Hunt in Panola ...
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Franklin, Tx Hunt in Panola ...
Are you in the military or a ex-vet?
If so, I can send you info on a place south of SA. Haven't been there in a few years, but it should be cheap for you vs. going thru a outfitter.

Re: Looking to Hunt Hogs [Re: sqiggy] #7107904
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Originally Posted By: sqiggy
Are you in the military or a ex-vet?
If so, I can send you info on a place south of SA. Haven't been there in a few years, but it should be cheap for you vs. going thru a outfitter.


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