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HUNTING HOGS OVER FRESH PLANTED PEANUTS

June 19th, 2014 | Chris Monhof
Hog Hunting With Thermal Optics at Night

With the spring weather heating up, so do the engines on the tractors and the barrels on the JAGER PRO Remington R-25′s. Farmers in Southwest Georgia are planting this year’s peanut crop. With the price at about $550 per acre to plant peanuts, there is a lot of frustration when hog find their May food source. Hogs will put their nose in the ground, as if they have a GPS precision device in their head, to… Read More »

HOG HUNTING VS HOG CONTROL

April 19th, 2014 | Chris Monhof
Two man recon mission nets 24 hogs

JAGER PRO HOG CONTROL MISSION A gentleman made a comment to a recent Facebook post of ours that he has known several groups that say they will take care of a farmers hog problem, get them to sign a contract, then use the farmer’s land to make money by using it to charge other hunters to come hunt hogs. He went on to say that this does not solve the problem, it just creates more… Read More »

Tips for Buying Night Vision Scopes

February 25th, 2014 | Jose Gonzalez
Hog Hunting Night Vision Room Entry

You get what you pay for. There, I said it. The age old cliché that describes spending money on something that most of the time turns out to be less than stellar when you finally get it in your hands and start using it. We get drawn in with flashy advertisements, set up in the best possible scenario for the product, that promises us better this and awesome that at a cheaper price. We have all been guilty… Read More »

What to Expect on a JAGER PRO™ TACTICAL BOAR HUNT

December 26th, 2013 | Chris Monhof
25 Hogs in one night.

While conducting research on hog hunting the other day I read an article titled, Getting Your Money’s Worth On  A Paid Hog Hunt.   The article covered a lot of information that I am often asked about the JAGER PRO™ thermal hog hunt.  The following is what you can expect on a JAGER PRO™ thermal hog hunt. The price of a JAGER PRO™ two night adventure is $600.00 per person, per night (two night/two hunter minimum).  JAGER… Read More »

Wild Pig Food Habits

December 17th, 2013 | Rod Pinkston
Wild Pig Food Habits Boar Hunting Magazine

Wild hogs are omnivorous, feeding on both plants and animals. But what exactly are they eating and how does it change throughout the year? Better yet, how do we adapt our shooting or trapping methodology to these seasonal habits to increase our annual hog removal efficiency? This blog will share stomach content research from multiple studies to help identify the food sources and diet of wild pigs in the Southeast. Fall/Winter Diet Acorns, of course, were… Read More »

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