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Old 12-28-2011, 11:25 PM   #1
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is there hogs in utah

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Old 12-29-2011, 12:22 AM   #2
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check with the DNR in that State.

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Old 12-29-2011, 12:24 AM   #3
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Just google it.

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Yessir there sure are not as bad as texas or arizona but they are there!

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Kill the dawn things, they have already moved up into Idaho and destroyed some of the corn fields I used to hunt not far from the snake river. I am stationed in Georgia now and I go out every weekend I can and kill at least 2. They are also getting into delicate ecosystems and just ruining them.

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Lots of hogs are being released into the wild by idiots who want a place to hunt wild hogs: It's happening all over the country. The hog hunting "ranches" buy hogs by the truckload and turn them loose for their clients. Some of the hogs i kill look like dirty show pigs.

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Lots of hogs are being released into the wild by idiots who want a place to hunt wild hogs: It's happening all over the country. The hog hunting "ranches" buy hogs by the truckload and turn them loose for their clients. Some of the hogs i kill look like dirty show pigs.
We could send you lot some of our estimated 23 million pigs over here.That should keep your barrels warm for a few hours .
Pig busting is a very popular pastime over here with some real brutes getting shot or dogged and stuck,regards
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I am sure there are some wild hogs in Utah, although I have never seen any (lived here nearly 50 yrs now). I have recently heard there may be a few in the SW corner of the state. In the northern part of the state, there are a couple outfits that have "canned" hunts for big Russian boars. I don't know how closely they watch their pigs, but would imagine some escape and survive.

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I sure wish we had some in Colorado, I have a model 92 Winchester in .357 that would be perfect for hogs with my handloads. That is something I'd really like to try sometime.

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There is a ranch near Castle Dale, Ut. that has a pay to shoot. Hell these are just feed lot porkers.

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