That's why I like to share with others even if I have too much fun with the camera while alone. Then, I'm not really alone in the experience, and you recollect something, or get fired up to do something new. Glad you enjoyed the video. I hope it put a smile on your face as well, or a laugh. That's the most important part.SPECIALIZED said:Guide Girl,You really make me homesick for my old deer lease near Hebbronville Texas.
Had the best lease,more game than we could use. five good buddies had over eight hundred acres for several years.
some of the best of times.
Lived in Conroe for many years.
Texas has 3 million hogs and 2 million of them are wild. They do not ever have a limit on hogs as they are catagorized as exotic (non native) We hunt them 365 days and nights a year, any weapon you want, and a friend of mine who was a state legislator helped pass a bill that stated you didn't even have to posess a hunting license to harvest them unless it was a commercial hunt. Parks & Wildlife sure didn't like that, so they worded in their regulations something different so I told her about it and she sic'ed them. There point was if the approached someone shooting after dark, they wanted to be able and ask for ID. So, in Texas, anything goes with wild hogs.buckeye dan said:GG
Are there seasons or bag limits for hogs? I have read so many horror stories about how destructive they are to natural habitat. We have a very small population in a few isolated pockets here in Ohio. The ODNR wants full and complete eradication of them before they get a foot hold in our forests and farm lands. I have never seen one but they are dangerously close to my hunting lands. If they manage to spread to my area I plan on shooting every single one I see. The fact I have never seen one leads me to believe we have the problem in check I hope.
I was just curious how Texas viewed hogs.