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South GA hog hunt report

well, I am back and here is my story:



first - the good:



lots of hog activity in Twigg Co, namely right by Scoga rd and the railroad crossing, West of Hwy 16. we got a boar - I would estimate it at about 150 lbs and a sow, maybe 80 lbs



now - the rest of the story: I have been cheated out of lots of money by a scumbag that puts bad name to the whole hog hunting business industry that grows fast in Southern states.



I purchased a non-guided hunt for 3 people for 2 nights, $125 per person per night - it was agreed as non-guided. Later, one experienced friend cancelled and people that were coming with me never hunted in their lives, and I was by no means an expert myself. So, I called the guide, and changed it to a guided hunt - walk and stalk and sitting in the stands as well. The cost for that was bumped up to $200 a person a night. We discussed a proposed tip to the guides and agreed that it would be around $150 - not a fee, but a tip!


First thing after we arrived to the property where the lodge was located, the guy introduced himself and said that he wants to get the money upfront. Red light went on, but he had us hostages - we drove 850 miles, and were committed to hunt. I paid him the remainder of the hunting fee and told him, I will give the tip to the guides when we leave in 2 days. The owner told me that he is the guide and that he wants all the money including tip upfront and will not even show us where the hunting property is without it. Well, he got the money and we headed out to the property - 20 minutes’ drive. there, he gives me the combination to the gate lock, shows us 3 decrepit deer stands across empty feeders, throws couple dozen hamburger buns as bait and tells me that we are not going to do walk and stalk as "it’s too dangerous”. That was the last time I saw him….
It actually gets better. First night was not good. We had sighted only 3 hogs – both my friends missed and I had a misfire on my 44 mag leveraction - the stupid cross bolt safety was engaged! – first night hunting after driving previous night, in the dark, adrenalin and etc… we sat on the stands from 8 till 1 am, took a break, came back around 4 and saw nothing – the buns were not even touched, no traffic by the stands, but lots of tracks in the area that we scouted in the morning. At that time we already realized that we were taken advantage of and decided to get the best out of it.
We went to the Bass Pro, got some Deer Corn and some "PigOut” fruit based pig bait, mixed it up from reading on forums, pre-baited the stands in the early afternoon so the smell will get around – not a minute of sleep because of all that work!

Second night was very productive, lots of pigs came out, my friend got a pig, I shot a pig, my other friend managed to miss at the very close distance… by 3:00AM I went to gut and skin the first pig. Now, I never done it before and our agreement was that he will help me out and show me how it’s done first time. Well, calling him, first couple calls ring long and then go to voicemail, then it goes directly to the voicemail – the scumbag turned off his phone! I had to locate a rack, but could not start water and lights as could not find the controls. I had to do it first time in my life in my truck’s headlights while watching freaking youtube video! I cut myself in addition, had to go to ER to get 7 stitches on a finger, a tetanus shot and antibiotics. Finally the asshole decided to text me the info for the local processor who quartered the hog and also processed the sow we got later that morning.


I am thinking of reporting this guy to BBB, GA department of consumer affairs, and definetly will ask for a refund between guided and not guided hunts and if he will not refund the money, dispute the deposit that I gave him using my CC. I am usually not the high maintenance attention whore, but this person's total disrespect, inattention and cheating really pissed me off!



That’s the end of the story, now to the pics:











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Thanks for the write up. Sorry you got screwed, but at least you did not come home empty handed.

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How many pounds of sausages were you able to get out of that hog?

Also, how much did the processing place charge?

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Have to be a pretty brave (or stupid mofo) to cheat a bunch of well armed dudes in camo.

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we paid $130 to a processor to quarter both pigs, gut and skin one of them, would be $160 if I did not gut and skinned one.

the did a fast job as we had to leave same afternoon - opened for us at 5 am and were the friendliest people we met in the whole trip. we found out from him that his BIL actually does the same type of hunts and plan to go there next year - I have the info if you are interested.

But make sure you have halal salt!

bTW, this sausages are only about 1/3 of the meat - and it came to 25 lbs of ground meat before stuffing
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Have to be a pretty brave (or stupid mofo) to cheat a bunch of well armed dudes in camo.

Congrats on the addition to the meat locker!
Thanks, and thats why we never saw him again! not the first time he is doing it, I am sure
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Did you get ribs, bacon, hams, roasts as well? Or where those cuts additional cost?

It's tough planning a long distance outing like that, but each subsequent year will get better as you learn the area and meet more people. Very cool, I'm tired of shooting Bambi, been thinking about piggies for a bit now, just hesitant to drive that far.

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Did you get ribs, bacon, hams, roasts as well? Or where those cuts additional cost?

It's tough planning a long distance outing like that, but each subsequent year will get better as you learn the area and meet more people. Very cool, I'm tired of shooting Bambi, been thinking about piggies for a bit now, just hesitant to drive that far.
we got everything bot no bacon on these piggies - mean and lean digging machines - all meat that was on the bones. I made the sausage myself

probably close to 80 lbs of meat total
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I picked up a hog like that one time in college at 3am just like you, except I screwed mine.

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How feral hog taste? What were you taking them with, .308?
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Good job on scoreing. But yeah. I've been to AL/GA borders and have taken more hogs with my buddy Bill and by myself. It's a hit or miss. I know what I am doing and now so do you. My best advise is find out who's land you can hunt on and leave it at that.

The 1st clue was you guys booking a hunt for hogs and wanted a guided tour.

Sorry bro but those red neck fuckers saw you coming a mile away.

BUT live and learn homie. Well done, you shed your blood and the hogs. It feels good don't it

Muhahhaaha fuck,...now you got me itching the hunt.

Anyway. Call a couple of hunting/gun shops in the area and get the low down on who has the best odds of what land owner has the biggest of those fucks running around and offer a hundo to hunt there land per person and you haul off the meant and will give them some choice cuts as a thank you.

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Nice write up. The first time is always the hardest I suspect.
Did you put that hog on a scale? Looks heavier than 150 lbs

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Did you put that hog on a scale? Looks heavier than 150 lbs
no, there was no scale, so I estimated conservatively. possibly closer to 200 as it took 3 guys to load it onto the truck bed
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sausages are tasty, I overcook them as the meat is from wild game and I don't want to end up with worms cralling inside, but even overcooked, it's very flavorfull if a bit dry.

I added bacon to the ground pork when I was stuffing sausages, should of put more of it - meat is very lean.

both piggies were taken with 6.8SPC Barnes 95gr TTSX bullets in SSA made ammo
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undercooked wild game sausages are for the wife, but the time she realizes she has worms she'll have dropped 15 pounds!

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sausages are tasty, I overcook them as the meat is from wild game and I don't want to end up with worms cralling inside, but even overcooked, it's very flavorfull if a bit dry.

I added bacon to the ground pork when I was stuffing sausages, should of put more of it - meat is very lean.

both piggies were taken with 6.8SPC Barnes 95gr TTSX bullets in SSA made ammo
Look it up, but the key to killing any harmful bacteria on anything (wild game or even fish) is freezing it to a certain temp or period of time, can't remember which or if both. I was surprised that for fish , the freezing was the main criteria for sushi quality. A guy I talked to about making smoked sausage for me from venison freezes the meat for a month prior to grinding it up and making the sausage.

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Sorry you got screwed! Hope you get your money back! At least you got out to hunt!
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Fuck that couldn't pay me to run around at night looking for those crazy no fear animals

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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Look it up, but the key to killing any harmful bacteria on anything (wild game or even fish) is freezing it to a certain temp or period of time, can't remember which or if both. I was surprised that for fish , the freezing was the main criteria for sushi quality. A guy I talked to about making smoked sausage for me from venison freezes the meat for a month prior to grinding it up and making the sausage.
Must be cooled to zero degrees and defrosted in the refrigerator. I just checked the recommendations included in my food dehydrator for game meats.

Oh and BTW, these hogs are already in IL.

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Must be cooled to zero degrees and defrosted in the refrigerator. I just checked the recommendations included in my food dehydrator for game meats.

Oh and BTW, these hogs are already in IL.
eh, in IL, they will be protected species and Mr Madigan will start the Democratic Pig Convention and Rahm will make them vote for Qiunn and Obama, so no hunting them any time soon
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IL DNR says they are discussing an open hunt on them next season. But I agree with your opinion.

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Are you kidding? If I actually used a slingshot and was caught I'd probably be in big do do.

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Last skunk I shot was in Illinois at the end of my block. It was too far for the bow, so I used my Mosien Naget. 7.62x59 works really well on skunk. :lmao

Seriously, I'm totally in. LMK about the next one.
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Last skunk I shot was in Illinois at the end of my block. It was too far for the bow, so I used my Mosien Naget. 7.62x59 works really well on skunk. :lmao

Seriously, I'm totally in. LMK about the next one.
Dave, did the bullet go straight through, if not, did you dig it out? Just curious. If it wasn't for my wife's sense of reason I would be taking out skunks with a 22 every night. But she pointed out that it is probably not a good idea to have the city pick up dead skunks of the street with bullet holes in them.

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