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    If you California guys start running low on pigs to hunt, just come to Louisiana and get as many of these porkers as you can and take them home with you. We shoot them day and night. Hunt them with dogs. Trap them. We'll never get rid of all of them. They are a disease vector, they displace native wildlife, predate on native wildlife, and cause serious agricultural damage every year. Seriously, come and take as many as you need.

    And for the record, I love wild pigs. They taste delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Mavis View Post
    If you California guys start running low on pigs to hunt, just come to Louisiana and get as many of these porkers as you can and take them home with you. We shoot them day and night. Hunt them with dogs. Trap them. We'll never get rid of all of them. They are a disease vector, they displace native wildlife, predate on native wildlife, and cause serious agricultural damage every year. Seriously, come and take as many as you need.

    And for the record, I love wild pigs. They taste delicious.
    Is there plenty of public land in LA to hunt them in.

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    Interesting topic. First I have heard of it.

    My initial feeling, coming from a public land hunter, is as a non-game species I can for see many, many people hunting for them at all hours (night) which IMO could result any many managed big game species being taken, killed and poached.

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    There is no season and limit in California, you just have to buy the tags! They used to be 5 for $5! Now I think they're around $15 a piece!

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    Like I said ....money, money, money! Bet F&G is none too happy with what the legislature did!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sneakypete View Post
    There is no season and limit in California, you just have to buy the tags! They used to be 5 for $5! Now I think they're around $15 a piece!
    I think it's $23 for a resident, $76 for non-residents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Mavis View Post
    If you California guys start running low on pigs to hunt, just come to Louisiana and get as many of these porkers as you can and take them home with you. We shoot them day and night. Hunt them with dogs. Trap them. We'll never get rid of all of them. They are a disease vector, they displace native wildlife, predate on native wildlife, and cause serious agricultural damage every year. Seriously, come and take as many as you need.

    And for the record, I love wild pigs. They taste delicious.
    I'm with you, they are in every county in FL. Plenty of public land to hunt them too. Just got an email today from FWC announcing extended seasons in WMA's. With sows being able to have 2 litters a year of several hogs i don't see how they will ever get rid of them.

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    $23 to shoot a pig?When I lived there they were begging us to shoot them.Heck the golf courses would let you spotlight them on the course.

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    I like it. We shouldnt be charged to shoot an invasive rodent. Most are on private land and these guys want upwards of a thousand dollars to do them a favor, never paid, never will. And I doubt landowners dont already hammer them on private property with or without tags. If they are tearing up their property they are shot on sight.
    Also there is no season and no limit already. Sounds like a good idea so it probably wont go anywhere, its california

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    Still laugh when I see this thread pop up. "CA WILD pigs under attack"

    It's amazing the wide variety of people who share these hunting sites.

 

 
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