Important article in the Chronicle today about hunting wild hogs.

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  1. jsbcats

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  2. Big country

    Big country TGT Addict

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    Thanks for the info. I'm planing a hog hunting trip for this winter sometime and will be bringing dish washing gloves!
     
  3. kingofwylietx

    kingofwylietx Well-Known

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    Wow! I never knew about that, thanks for sharing.
     
  4. MadMo44Mag

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    Dam!!!!
    Even more reason to hunt and kill these nasty things.
    But they sure are tasty!!!
     
  5. navyguy

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    Them are some nasty critters.
     
  6. watchale

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    Wow ! Never heard of that. I know lots of guys who clean hogs & no1 has ever mentioned it. I wonder if my dog can get it when he catches them. He's always gnawing of their ears.
     
  7. dbgun

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    +1...thanks for the info.
     
  8. Chupacabra Hunter

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    cant I just leave them for the coyotes instead.....:happy0001: they gotta eat too...... people feed birds.... why cant we feed the coyotes.... what does Texas Park and Wildlife say about this?
     
  9. Bear8u

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    the best gloves i found are shoulder length gloves the vet uses when he's pregnancy testing cows and as far as i know TPW doesn't care if you leave them laying because they are not a game animal.
     
  10. TexasRedneck

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    Double-glovin' wouldn't be a bad precaution. Nitrile (NOT latex) wrist-length gloves w/at least elbow length rubber overgloving. Nitrile is a LOT tougher than latex, and less likely to tear/rip.
     

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