NC4X4 Hunting and Fishing

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  1. Loganwayne

    Loganwayne #BTL

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    Feed them for a couple weeks and you can start patterning them.

    Or find someone with dogs if you think they are staying on your property or your friends with the neighbors


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  2. mommucked

    mommucked Endeavoring to persevere

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    ...Just saw a unicorn in the backyard, spooked it when I tried to get a pic.
     
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  3. mommucked

    mommucked Endeavoring to persevere

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    ....could prolly trap them too
     
  4. Loganwayne

    Loganwayne #BTL

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    trapping is hit or miss. if they even seen a trap before chances are they aren't going in it again. thats why places like texas that have tons of pigs people started using the circle spin traps where they can see all the way around and dont feel like they are going into a trap.
     
  5. YJJPWrangler

    YJJPWrangler Well-Known Member

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    I have access to thermals....

    We normally hunt Woodbury but it was 15' under water. We tried Marsh but it was flooded as well. We scouted Little Pee Dee but there was a lot of old sign there. We ended up at Waccamaw and thats where we found all of them. Usually Woodbury is a sure thing since all the hogs migrate there for mating/food etc. But since it was flooded out, the pigs couldn't get there or leave.
     
  6. Ron

    Ron Dum Spiro Spero Moderator

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    We have a constant supply of corn available.
    They will drop in and be 2 or 3 nights strong then disappear for 2-3 weeks.

    Have a friend 4-5 miles down the line who has the same big boar on cam.
    So hes just long line grazing
     
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  7. Loganwayne

    Loganwayne #BTL

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    Not a bad day for the first time fishing this lake. Only caught 8 but they all were over 12” [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]


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  8. awheelterd

    awheelterd Well-Known Member

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    Middle right looks like you might have had to stand on him to make 12"....
     
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  9. Dylan W.

    Dylan W. lone resident of Bro-Lite Island

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    ^ hes right ya know.
     
  10. Loganwayne

    Loganwayne #BTL

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    Avery doing clean up for his little sister, she’s just starting to figure it all out.

    Also the birds were not good flyers and Avery wasn’t impressed with that


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