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I am going hog hunting in Texas this summer and do not want to hunt on public land. do you know a good hog hunting ranch to go h

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  • FirstBubba
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    784512

    Go to the "Campfire" section on the Message Board. It'll be easier to locate the thread. In the meantime, I'll see what I can find out about the Grandfield ranch. Give me a day or two.

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  • 784512
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    i am good with my bow but the other hunter is a new hunter and new with a bow so i would not want to spot and stalk with him.and yes we have to go hog hunting

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  • 784512
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    i would rather hunt blind over bait with a bow or spot and stalk with a gun

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  • 784512
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    within 5 hours driving of the Oklahoma border yes Oklahoma hog hunting would be great beacouse i live in oklahoma

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  • FirstBubba
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    Are you dead set on hunting in Texas? Would an Okie hunt be an option?
    The pigs on the north side of the Rio Rojo just taste better! LOL!

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  • FirstBubba
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    Well, north Texas still covers lots of ground, but it helps.
    Next! Are you wanting a spot & stalk, still hunt, blind over bait or behind dogs.?
    The dog hunts are morw exciting, but your bow is next to worthless fir that.
    If you're stone set on archery, I'd suggest blind over bait.
    Still hunting ferals is tough. They're spookier than deer. On the right ground, spot and stalk "may" work.
    If by North Texas, you mean between Texarkana and say, oh, Denton, I can't be of much help. From Denton back towards Childress, I might be able to help, some.

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  • 784512
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    north Texas

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  • Treestand
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    JMO~ Try the Y-O Ranch.

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  • Treestand
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    JMO~ Give a call to the Y-O Ranch in Lano Tx.

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  • FirstBubba
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    First off, Texas covers lots of territory.
    Any place in particular? East? West? Central?
    North central up along the Red River has lot's of hogs. From Childress down to about where IH35 crosses the river north of Denton.
    There used to be an outfit that offered hunts out of Grandfield, Ok just across the river from Wichita Falls (IH44). Don't remember the name.

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  • 784512
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    i am going with a new hunter and we are using bows

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  • I am going hog hunting in Texas this summer and do not want to hunt on public land. do you know a good hog hunting ranch to go h

    I am going hog hunting in Texas this summer and do not want to hunt on public land. do you know a good hog hunting ranch to go hog hunting that is fair chase and is not in a cage or extremely expensive

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