Hog HUnt With My New Go Pro Hero2 Camera

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  1. JPthebeeman

    JPthebeeman New Member

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    Hog HUnt With My New Go Pro Hero2 Camera (Re-Edited)

    Went hunting for hogs this past weekend with my new Go Pro camera & my new 22 magnum rifle I picked up at a pawn shop about 5 months ago. Hope y'all enjoy the video!


    ...JP

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyuMmFuwDmE
     
  2. Zookeep

    Zookeep Active Member

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    hey JP, says the vid is private so cant watch it
     

  3. kebee

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    I saw it and it looked like you had some fun getting that hog, my brother that lives near Tampa Fl hunts those wild pigs quite a bit, says they are good eating, don't know myself never ate any part of them.

    kebee
     
  4. Iddee

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    Mix 25% pork and 75% venison and make the best sausage around.

    Good hunt there, JP.
     
  5. JPthebeeman

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    I decided to re-edit the video. it is shorter now, more interesting to watch IMO. Click on the link above to view the video which is now public.


    ...JP
     
  6. tommyt

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    Good Hunt
    Nice shot
    good vid

    Tommyt

    btw mis you folks over there
     
  7. riverrat

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    nice hunt we have wild hogs here but illegal to hunt them
     
  8. JPthebeeman

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    Hey Rat, why's it illegal to hunt them? Suckers spread like wildfire and are considered a nuisance in most states.

    IMO they taste better than deer.


    ...JP
     
  9. brooksbeefarm

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    Here in Mo. you can hunt them year round, and kill them on sight. Like JP said they are a nuisance and can ruin crops. Jack
     
  10. pturley

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    They are just starting to be a problem in Southern Ohio but statewide we are already no closed season, no bag limit...

    Nice hunt video.
     
  11. riverrat

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    Our powers that bee in kansas believes having a season or allowing hunting will encourage people to bring in wild hogs and turn them loose. Right now the State wildlife and parks hire helicopters to come in and shoot wild hogs and leave them lay. Dont make sense to me
     
  12. pturley

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    So you have a handfull of hunters, spending hundreds of $$$ an hour of taxpayer money for fuel/transportation costs with the meat going to waste, vs. tens of thousands of hunters, each paying INTO the state for their hunting tags and putting the "free range pork" to good use...

    Yeah, that makes alot of sense... :thumbsup:
     
  13. riverrat

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    yes sir thats the way it works
     
  14. JPthebeeman

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    Man, I go out of my way to put feral pork on the table. Mighty fine eating fare to let waste & zero respect for the animal. They are smart buggers too! Perhaps with enough people complaining they'll change their minds one day Rat & then you'll have your season. Likely just a matter of time anyway. it just seems nearly impossible to get rid of them, the way they breed and all.


    ...JP