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Nannie Stringfellow WMA #7754198 02/23/20 04:26 PM
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won a feral hog hunt at the Nannie stringfellow wma. We are extremely excited and looking forward to the hunt. Has anyone hunted there before? Any feedback would be much appreciated. Thank y’all

Re: Nannie Stringfellow WMA [Re: Bbq74] #7754862 02/24/20 01:15 PM
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its a nice place to hunt. Can be kinda thick in areas but you should have some shooting lanes by the blinds they provide.
Also, its usually pretty wet/muddy so 4x4 and mud boots are needed to get to most of the blinds.

Re: Nannie Stringfellow WMA [Re: Bbq74] #7755157 02/24/20 05:15 PM
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For the hog hunt, it's just sitting in a box blind staring at a pile of corn, nothing more. Bring a book and a seat cushion. Some folks prefer to hunt that way, not my cup of tea. As far as which area or blind, it's a crap shoot. The hogs move around, there one day, gone the next. They pre-bait all the blinds to increase your odds of success. Like he said above, it's very muddy, wear rubber boots and bring an atv if you have one.

Good luck


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Re: Nannie Stringfellow WMA [Re: Bbq74] #7756492 02/25/20 11:50 PM
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Thank you for the feedback

Re: Nannie Stringfellow WMA [Re: Bbq74] #7756578 02/26/20 01:20 AM
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Never hunted there, but good luck and have fun.

Re: Nannie Stringfellow WMA [Re: Bbq74] #7757496 02/27/20 02:22 AM
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Was there in January, hog sign was prevalent. You cannot have a vehicle wider than a UTV. it’ll be pretty sloppy in some areas. Each sector is marked by street signs and wide trails. You’ll have no problem discerning them in the dark. If you leave the check-in building, cross CR 316 and head South to the creek on the southern border of the property, I would think that’d be a good prospect.

When is the hunt?

I have a copy of the map given to the hunters which shows the sectors, roads & their names. You may get to choose & you may be assigned.

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