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    i recently talked to a guy about hunting wild boar in TN and heres what he said: The guide walked him into the woods before dark. Put him in a tree-stand over looking a bait pile. My friend was bow hunting. He said about 45 minutes after the guide left him in his tree, he could hear a truck approaching from a distance. The truck engine cut off. My friend listened closely. He heard what he thought sounded like rusty trailor doors being opened, and animals running out on the medal floor. A few minutes later 2 hogs came directly in to the bait pile.

    Are the wild boar hunts in TN like this??? (is this true)?

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    A friends of mine handgun hunted in TN several years ago, spot and stalk, no bait piles or trucks.
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    Seems like your try'n to go stick a piggy.....I don't know where your at, or if you can swing this, but this is the best price I found. I think I already tried to look them up on Huntingnet.com but don't remember what was said. $80/day inclusive in TX.

    http://www.brushyhill.com/

    I was going to try to get 3 or 4 guys together and drive down for a couple of days, haven't had the chance yet though.
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    so did he get one??

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugle freak View Post
    i recently talked to a guy about hunting wild boar in TN and heres what he said: The guide walked him into the woods before dark. Put him in a tree-stand over looking a bait pile. My friend was bow hunting. He said about 45 minutes after the guide left him in his tree, he could hear a truck approaching from a distance. The truck engine cut off. My friend listened closely. He heard what he thought sounded like rusty trailor doors being opened, and animals running out on the medal floor. A few minutes later 2 hogs came directly in to the bait pile.

    Are the wild boar hunts in TN like this??? (is this true)?

    If your story is true hunt elsewhere. No fun and adventure in hunting like that. Lot of good places al over to hunt boar.
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    The place i hunted in tenn was not like that
    I went a week before 2 see the set-up
    it was 425 acres of high fence in which the hogs lived there since they were babys.
    I seen them out in the fields he had about 30-40
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