Well as much as I like are annual Hogs Wild hunt I am personally bummed that I could not get it done this trip but I am stoked that my friends Larry and Rick where able to stick a pig.
To follow up with Larry post we got to Coalinga in five hours and after a great breakfast at Perko’s we headed up the mountain to Hogs Wild. Got to the cabins and unloaded are gear and we were in the gate at 10:30am to start our hunt. We split up to cover more ground and within five minutes Larry and I were in pigs. I found a great spot to set up on and while I was setting up my ground cover I look up and see two of the biggest pigs I have ever seen, monsters, walking right in front of me. Before I could get my bow up and drawn they where up the hill and gone, this is pretty much how my whole weekend went for me. I worked the back of the property all weekend and seen forty plus pigs just on Saturday evening but none of them came my way and when you tried to stalk in on them they would bust out of every corner and not stop long enough to get a good shot off.
What a great trip thou I would highly suggest if you haven’t gone to Hogs Wild - www.hogswild.com save up your money and get a few buddies and you will have a great hunt if you like putting in hard days and long walks on unbelievable steep terrain. You would think that 600 acres would be easy, give it a chance some time and you will see it is more like two thousand acres of ass kicking terrain but well worth what you will see. Goats, Deer, Turkeys, and pigs over three hundred pounders, Awesome.
I have included some kill pictures to show but I will post all on them on the main site. On the main site the picture of the two pigs sunning in the dirt I took thru my digital camera by putting the zoom lens in my 8.5 x 56 Nikon from 300 yards away, pretty cool.
Well I still have two pig tags so I am after them this weekend and with a rifle here in San Diego, Hunt on my friends.