We call these guys Varmints

Rob5589

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Nice shooting!

In California they are considered a "cash cow." Most are on private land, 600-1200 a piece.
 

B23

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I've always wondered, is there any kind of limit on those things and what the hell do you do with all of them after you shoot em?
 

robtattoo

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I've always wondered, is there any kind of limit on those things and what the hell do you do with all of them after you shoot em?

I don't believe any state has a limit on hogs. Here in TN, we can't hunt them on most public land (there are a few exceptions) even during incidental seasons, but on private ground? No season, no limits, no limitations.
I'll eat every one I can get!
 

Goodtimekiller

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I don't believe any state has a limit on hogs. Here in TN, we can't hunt them on most public land (there are a few exceptions) even during incidental seasons, but on private ground? No season, no limits, no limitations.
I'll eat every one I can get!

You do have to have a mandatory permit in tn, don’t forget that


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lskok

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Here in TX you can hunt as many as you want, at any time, without a hunting license (on private land). You can even hunt them from the air.
 
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