When Teresa Ard of Andrews, SC got in her deer stand on the evening of Oct. 27, the last thing she expected to see was a 540-pound hog, but as soon as she laid eyes on it, she didn’t hesitate to pull the trigger on her Ruger .270 after leveling her crosshairs on the big animal.
Joey Prince, a firefighter from Hendersonville, N.C. was hunting over a soybean field in Orangeburg County, S.C. on Oct. 20, hoping to get a shot at a deer. No deer showed up, but Prince bagged a boar big enough to fill up the back of his Toyota Tacoma. […]
Brooke Aden of Mt. Pleasant, SC loves to deer hunt, but on one part of her family’s hunting land in Berkeley County, the wild hogs have taken over. She doesn’t mind that, because she also likes shooting hogs. […]
Kenneth Jason Young, a 40-year-old hunter from Starr, S.C., was killed Wednesday night during a hog hunt on private property in Anderson County. Young was shot by another hunter who was hunting with a thermal scope. […]
Hog hunting season never ends in the Carolinas, and March is a great month to target bacon on the hoof. Whether you are hunting with a firearm, bow, or dogs and knives, one tip can help you bag more hogs. […]
What type of gun do you use when hunting wild hogs? Most hunters would agree that there really is no wrong answer to this question, and plenty probably kill hogs with a number of different guns, although some deer hunters like to stick with their deer rifles just to stay in tune with it year-round. […]
Nathan Coffey of Lynchburg, Va. has been hunting at Cottonwood Plantation of North Carolina in Edgecombe County for several years, and on Oct. 4th, he killed a trophy boar that weighed over 410 pounds. […]
Would you shoot a coyote with an airgun? How about a wild hog? Better yet, could you kill them with an airgun? Wouldn’t it be nice to have the ability to shoot these animals without the loud blast of a rifle or shotgun, which scares away other would-be victims to your marksmanship? […]