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    I bet she had BBQ on her mind and tried to lure in the pig and didn't notice the tusks.

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    I was surprised just recently that this state has them in my county and more so in others here in Wisconsin. The DNR put out a kill anytime order on feral pigs. My county is populous, but there is also enough area to support the hogs. I'm more of a hiker than a hunter. However I will carry a Taurus 66 or 65 with appropriate loads from now on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwiks draw View Post
    I was surprised just recently that this state has them in my county and more so in others here in Wisconsin. The DNR put out a kill anytime order on feral pigs. My county is populous, but there is also enough area to support the hogs. I'm more of a hiker than a hunter. However I will carry a Taurus 66 or 65 with appropriate loads from now on.
    That's a shock to read as I am about 35-40 miles south of you. With the amount of agriculture around WI, IA, IN and IL it is actually a surprise that it took this long for them to spread north.
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    The map is old, but shows the range of the pigs.

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    Feral hogs and Coyotes are prety much in every county of Georgia now.
    Retired Firefighter, Advanced Georgia Master Gardener, Hazardous Material Response Member, Certified Hazardous Material Incident Commander, 1911 Addict and General Gun Lover.
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