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 Post subject: G-Hogin
PostPosted: 26 Aug 2008, 21:24 
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Well the coons slowed down in the neighbors garadge so I got the chance to get after some groundhogs that were tearing up a friends barn, these are the third and fourth taken so far.

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The one in the first pic weighed about 20 pounds!


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PostPosted: 27 Aug 2008, 06:32 
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nice whistle pig.

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Them things get bigger than I thought. Good going and thanks for posting. :D


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that first one is the biggest groundhog that i've ever seen. nice goin ill2


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Looks like I may have thes guys taken care of , no takers in the last 2 days, the best thing about this job is it got me more trapping ground!


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I know nothing about groundhogs IT2, but I do know about having boys (and girls) and letting them be involved with hunting-trapping-fishing...my hat is off to you and the many others who take the time to be patient and let the little ones tag along and be a part of what you do. I have seen groundhogs while visiting in Virginia....mostly roadkill and a few live ones along the highways.

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ill2 does it feel tooo good to get more trapping ground by doing something with your children that is tooo much fun. :shock:


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I had to learn most things on my own as I lost my dad when I was 10. He always had the time to take my brother and I hunting and fishing, which is something I will never forget. Now I almost can't go without feeling guilty because my son is not with me. Trappintime it doesnt get any better than knowing he likes to get out and stomp around with dad :D


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