Rodeo with Remington – It’s Like Helicopter Hunting But You Never Leave the Ground

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There are numerous ways to hunt wild hogs, and here at the Spike Box you’re welcome to sit in a blind and wait to see what happens. What’s about to happen now is the polar opposite. It’s dawn in West Continue reading Rodeo with Remington – It’s Like Helicopter Hunting But You Never Leave the Ground

Be a Stalker – Essentials for Success

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Hunting from a blind simply isn’t for me. Some years ago, my son’s first “hunt” was a turkey hunt from a box blind. There we sat for hours, him beating the Brick Braker game on my Blackberry, me wondering about Continue reading Be a Stalker – Essentials for Success

Close Quarters Hog Hunting (CQHH) “Ready”

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It was a clear cool morning in South Florida, just West of Lake Okeechobee.  The moon shed little light in the sky which provided our hunting group a beautiful view of the stars and their constellations.  Almost an omen, Orion, Continue reading Close Quarters Hog Hunting (CQHH) “Ready”

Three Times the Fun: Hogs, Deer and Coyote Fall to the Remington R-25 in .243 Winchester

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On a recent deer and hog hunt with Mellon Creek Outfitters near Corpus Christie, Texas, I and three other writers on the hunt were given out choice of rifles:  several bolt actions, a couple different DPMS AR’s in .308 Win, Continue reading Three Times the Fun: Hogs, Deer and Coyote Fall to the Remington R-25 in .243 Winchester

The Shotgunner’s Hog Hunter

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I sat is a West Texas box blind, ten feet in the air and 120 yards from a feeder, on a cold, clear night, the front window of the blind open and me trying not to fall asleep. While I Continue reading The Shotgunner’s Hog Hunter

Happy Hog-i-days Part Two

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Read Part One After checking several fields with no luck whatsoever, we return to where we sighted in earlier in the day. Nothing, but in the adjacent field we find a large group of hogs huddled together. 50-60 hogs, maybe Continue reading Happy Hog-i-days Part Two

Happy Hog-i-days Part One

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I realize the greeting is somewhat late but my view is that anytime you go hog hunting it is still appropriate! In reality this story covers an event that happened the day after Thanksgiving anyway. Who wants to camp out Continue reading Happy Hog-i-days Part One

Wilcox NVG Mounts – Second to none, but are they worth the money?

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If you hunt with night vision or are considering it, then you will inevitably find yourself looking into how to mount your choice of gear to your head. In that process, you will also inevitably come across the Wilcox line Continue reading Wilcox NVG Mounts – Second to none, but are they worth the money?

Viridian X5L-RS Green Laser/Light Combo – green makes putting hogs down easier

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Most people know that hunting hogs after dark generally yields better results than hunting during daylight hours. Especially when the weather is warmer. For those who pursue the better odds of night hunting, there is a plethora of tools to Continue reading Viridian X5L-RS Green Laser/Light Combo – green makes putting hogs down easier

What is the Best Gun for Hog Hunting? – In this review the UTAS UTS-15 shows up for try outs

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At SHWAT™ we are frequently asked “What is the best gun for hog hunting?”  The answer is always “It depends.”  If you are on a budget and need something that will do a wide variety of tasks that a firearm Continue reading What is the Best Gun for Hog Hunting? – In this review the UTAS UTS-15 shows up for try outs