Public Land Hog Hunting in KY

Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by westkybanded, Feb 11, 2009.

  1. westkybanded

    westkybanded 12 pointer

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    Well, I've seen all the rumor threads. Let's put it to rest.

    WHERE in KY can I (and two friends) go to kill a ferral swine of some sort?

    If you want to PM me the secret info, that'll be fine.

    Preferably somewhere between the Mississippi River and West Virginia.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Tha' Hat

    Tha' Hat 10 pointer

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    I'm not giving away any more secrets. I told two or three guys about the herd on Beechy Creek WMA near Murray and now they've all gone nocturnal. None have been killed that I know of.

    Why don't you step away from your keyboard and do some scouting for yourself?
     
  3. ben hunting

    ben hunting 8 pointer



    he he he... that's funny.
     
  4. Xi Bowhunter

    Xi Bowhunter 12 pointer

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    Goetz Farm

    Big south Fork is the only place I have heard that has a huntable population of hogs.
     
  5. westkybanded

    westkybanded 12 pointer

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    Listen her big boy...

    First off, I said HOGS... Those were boer goats you were blabbin about. After everyone finds out about the FOUR pope & young bucks that were killed there this year (all by OOSers BTW), you won't be able to swing a dead cat without hitting a hunter in there anyway.

    PLUS, there's the problem with all the turkeys in there making it hard to hunt, but that's another issue.
     
  6. Tha' Hat

    Tha' Hat 10 pointer

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    Fortunately that WMA has plenty of room, and if not, the landowners in the area are very gracious at giving permission. :D
     
  7. westkybanded

    westkybanded 12 pointer

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    You know, you sure do run your mouth alot for somebody from TN...

    The landowners arround there DO NOT give permission... EVER.

    The WMA produces so well (and I mean a RETARD could kill big bucks in there) is because the surrounding landowners always end up pushing the big daddy rabbit bucks onto the public land.

    I don't hunt it anymore because it's not a challenge.
     

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