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  • Vern1

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    Aug 27, 2011
    Pettytown, Texas US of A
    Boom, there he is...
    Nasty, stinky, wary old boar that has had a hard life.
    Weighed a little over 260 with worn cutters on left side and black impacted nubs on the right side.
    Taken in Western Bastrop county with a 6.8x43 using 120gr SST handloads with a Pulsar DigiSight N750 on top and recorded on an Angel Eye DVR.



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    Jul 1, 2011
    Another nice one. Appreciate the cleanup shot.

    Did you get any bacon or was it eat up with the bugs?


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    Aug 27, 2011
    Pettytown, Texas US of A
    This one qualifies as "Buzzard Bacon"...
    He was old, nasty, beatup, had rotten teeth on the right side, missing chunks of his ears and nose.
    And, I was glad he was hanging on the downwind end of the tractor while moving and weighing him!
    He was definately in decline.

    I checked the game camera late yesterday and less than an hour after I removed him, there was a nice sounder there, cleaning up the corn line I had put down.
    I was stomping all over, drove the 4 wheeler right up to him to check him, walked around a little, then went and got tractor and stomped around some more so the sounder doesn't appear to fear humans, yet...that will change.
    Have a long list of friends and relatives waiting in line so it's time to switch to "bacon mode" again.
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