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Forums >> Let's Talk Texas Outdoors >> Back at Camp >> Heli-hogin

Heli-hogin

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Points: Y (26) / M (0)
Burnet county

Hope it is not a repeat. But this is some serious hog huntin!

This Texas feral hog shooting chopper High Def. video is fascinating. The pilot has a fixed rifle (sounds like a 270) with optics rigged back to his helmet and eye-piece. He doesn't miss and his scout-chopper flying skills are down pat with the hogs behavior and pack or group running style. This came from Greg Cooper who has a huge ranch SE of Brownfield, Texas...south of Lubbock. I don't know where the chopper hog hunting op is but it is clearly West Texas. This is a long run video but the hogs get it! I don't see them dropping flags or stakes from the air to ground-mark their kills so as to go find them easily but I assume they "know" the country or wait for the turkey buzzards to tip them off. The pilot is very good!
 
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RE: Heli-hogin

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All though I absolutely do not want me or anyone else to wound or kill any wildlife and not consume it, this is one time that I for one understand and do not object to the wholesale killing of these hogs. I have seen what damage they can do and have heard horror stories from land owners. If you kill them and don't want the meat, The buzzards and varments will thank you------------Kill them all !!!!!!!!!!

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Bowie county

I would love to do this!!!

 

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