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  • here is a good group of small hogs we killed a few days ago. we've been getting ready to get at it even more now that the farming is getting ready to start again

    March 16, 2012 at 10:10am

    here is a sow 2 of my drahthaars caught close to dark one evening this past week. shes not a giant but 140 or so pounds and we stuck her with a knife.

    March 03, 2012 at 8:38pm

    Here is Chloee a drahthaar from my kennel after catching up with a group of young boars late one evening.

    February 16, 2012 at 12:31pm

    here are two giants killed with two my jagdterriers. we hunted a thick fresh cutover which im not a fan of but i took these two to be able to manuever in cover. i heard them strike and it wont 2 minutes i heard a hog scream and a dog yelp from being hit. i ran through 5 feet tall natural regenerated pines to get to 2 feet from a group of giant hogs with two of my terriers nipping and baying. i shot the first one and they all broke bay and then Hector and Heidi caught the second one and i shot it as well.

    February 10, 2012 at 9:46am

    here is 3 of the 5 killed on this day. we got our usual crop damage call and the dogs caught two big hogs one with piglets. we killed those two and took them out. we then went in the other side of the woods and ten minutes later the dogs were caught and we killed these 3 as well

    February 10, 2012 at 9:41am

    here is a hog we caught with a few of my drahthaars and jagdterriers. one of my drahthaars caught and held it without a vest this day and it lifted her up a couple times cutting her from nipple to backbone but they all were still holding it when we got there.

    February 10, 2012 at 9:35am

    here is a boar with a drahthaar and a pair of jagdterriers. if you look close you can see where one of the jagdterriers had him by the ear and was beaten off.

    February 06, 2012 at 9:42am

    here is one of three the dogs had stopped in a briar bed on a swamp. the first one took bullets from the pistol and managed to sneak out and this boar here fell dead. the third boar was stopped again but started working on the dogs and i only had two bullets left so i grabbed up the dogs to let him and them fight another day

    February 06, 2012 at 9:23am

    here is a big boar we caught with two of my drahthaars in a small block of swampy woods

    February 06, 2012 at 9:17am

    here is a boar caught by two of my jagdterriers hunting with a couple local gamewardens to help with crop damage

    February 06, 2012 at 9:10am

    here is one of two boar caught by ONE of my jagdterriers. she caught and held both and here is a picture of her and the smaller of the two

    February 06, 2012 at 9:06am

    here is a rare color phased boar caught on a river farm. this is the third one from this one farm. his coat was extremely long and super thick.

    February 06, 2012 at 9:02am

    here is a boar with two of my drahthaars. These are two dogs from my kennel.

    February 06, 2012 at 8:57am
    A comment titled: i believe in them in response to a report titled: Scent blockers - Waste of time?

    i have traveled the world bowhunting and believe whole heartedly in them. there are too many factors at hand to say they dont work etc.. first off the range of the deer from you and your scent, obviously wind direction, how high you are in the tree, atmoshpere and humidity and rising or falling scent which occurs at different times of day. time of year...RUT... there are too many factors to put into play to say they dont work or are not needed my program is wash clothes, shower, put on clothes and spray down(before leaving) arrive and spray down, spray equipment, get to stand and spray down again and do the best i can to use the wind and get 20 feet off the ground. it works. ive used the so called scent free bug spray etc and seen it spook deer time and time again. and ive also seen the random dumb love struck deer not care about scent as well as the deer across a field but to them the scent is no danger due to the range you are away. i have been very successful with scent control products and only successful rifle hunting not bowhunting when not using them ive never killed a deer or other big game animal without using them when bowhunting. another thing to look at is the different kinds of scent killers etc each one has a different make-up that kills and destroys odors a different way and of different kinds..

    December 08, 2012 at 11:02am
    A comment titled: i know where it was! in response to a report titled: Jetts hogzilla

    i know where this was. i got the photos of this hog back around the first of the year maybe. i do some nuisance hog hunting and trapping up there. i carried two of my terriers up there and got laughed at and in 45 minutes we were dragging a boar out. i hunted with a game warden and im married to kin folk of the game warden where you're at. ive got photos of giant peanut fields that looked as if a farmer had disced his peanuts up after rolling them over to the surface. we set up a trail camera that had over 190 photos of hogs in 8 days

    September 20, 2012 at 7:30pm
    A comment titled: working'em everyday in response to a report titled: Game cams

    we dont use cameras really for anything, but we hunt and trap all year. we are a nuisance removal service and hogs are part of what we do. in the last 2 to 3 weeks we've killed a dozen. i breed my own dogs we use as well as we trap as i said before. we hunt a pretty large area of north carolina and if theyre there we'll work on them. They havent really got a foot hold like the more southern states yet but last i heard from one of my wildlife officials was they were reported in like 88 counties of north carolina. this year we've probably killed from january to now around 75 to 100 easily

    May 27, 2012 at 7:15pm
    A comment titled: replaced but still at it in response to a report titled: 5 more down

    you are correct they are prolific breeders, and you must kill upwards of 6o percent to keep the population STABLE!! we do this full time. i have been killing hogs for around 18 years. I hunt and trap for landowners and farmers, and use dogs from my kennel for the operation. we kill and trap hogs every week. sometimes 2 or 3 and sometimes 5 or 10.

    March 23, 2012 at 2:05pm
    A comment titled: oppossum in response to a report titled: grey boar caught by my jagdterriers

    if possums were 125lbs and actually fought back like this one it very well could be a possum. this hog was one of several we have killed in this area that were this weird color and had a coat of hair on it that was super long and very dense.

    February 16, 2012 at 9:21pm
    A comment titled: thanks in response to a report titled: 3 of the 5 killed this day

    we do a lot of nuisance work for farmers and landowners here in eastern north carolina. if theyre there we'll find them. between my trapping and my dogs we take care of quite a few and we are always ready to take on a new problem for somebody else to help them out as well

    February 10, 2012 at 1:01pm
    A comment titled: thanks in response to a report titled: tough day

    these are Deutsch Drahthaars. german hunting dogs bred to hunt any game from upland birds to big dangerous game. these two are from my kennel. thanks

    February 10, 2012 at 9:55am
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