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lispeej

Wild boar hunting recommendations.

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I am really itching to want to do some wild boar hunting. Either on public land or pay a tress-pass fee and hunt on some private property. How abundant are wild boar/hogs in Missouri

I am willing to make the long drive from MN for some good hunting.

I would like to not use a guide or go through a guide. I would like to like to try to do most/if not all the work myself.

Thanks in advance.

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Tried to send you a pm but the box is full. Send me an email for a link to the conservation department's view on this.

finns3 at stjoelive dot com

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Tried to send you a pm but the box is full. Send me an email for a link to the conservation department's view on this.

finns3 at stjoelive dot com

Will do. Email sent.

Thanks.

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I'm in the same boat. Myself and a buddy of mine want to hunt some hogs. Being MN boys, really don't know where to start. Would like to hunt on our own as well. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.

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From the Mo. Dept. of Conservation;

Why is hunting for them discouraged?

Although it seems a contradiction, hunters who target feral hogs interfere with efforts to eradicate them. For example, weeks may be spent conditioning a group of hogs to come to a specific location so they can be eliminated in a single control action. If, during that time, a hunter kills one or maybe two of the hogs, the rest of the group moves to a new area, which means that the lengthy and expensive eradication process must begin again at a new location. Because the goal is to eliminate feral hogs, the Conservation Department seeks to discourage the hog hunting culture. If you want to hunt specifically for feral hogs, you should do so in another state, not in Missouri.

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