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Ranch type or free ranging?????? Free range hogs, some areas of SE Missouri have them. There are several hunting ranches in central Missouri that offer hog hunts. I have the info on these ranches if thats what you are looking for..........


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Hog Huntn'

Sometimes the cost is up there, the best deal is to get on the mailing list at www.highadventureranch.com, they run specials several times a year on hog hunts, last one I saw was for around $300 for a 200 lb or less hog. Just request info on the ranch and when they do specials you get a letter in the mail.



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Hog Hunting Midwest??

If you go to my webpage, (link below in my signature) then tab down to my "site map", you will find a link on the site map to click on which will take you to my WILD BOAR OUTFITTERS AND LODGES page. Most of the ones I have listed are in the Tennessee and Pennsylvania area, and I have hunted some of them with great success... also on my page are some recent pictures, and they are linked to some related stories... just click on the pictures... Dave
 

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Hog Hunting Midwest??

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I live in Arnold last year went down to lesterville area on a tip .4 of us went seems like it was jan. 2002 kilt 6 before noon all small about 120lbs.dressed seen couple in 2-300lb. range there is no limit sz. or qty. you need only small game lic.
we kept the hams & straps weren't bad eating
I think Nat. forest (public hunting)
Ive heard you can check the Mo. conservation site for info on where pigs are being seen recently they move to different areas
 

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Hog Hunting Midwest??

Contact Show-Me-Safaris they are there in MO. and are run by one of your State Senators Mark Hampton,hs several good write ups over at Handgun Hunters
 

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Just head for southern Mo. to any of the public land or start checking with the farmers and if they are having trouble with them they will most likly let you hunt. You only need a state lunting licencs good hunting!!!

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