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If they in south jersey why nobody is talking about hunting for them. Never saw too many posts about wild boar hunting.
 

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If they in south jersey why nobody is talking about hunting for them. Never saw too many posts about wild boar hunting.
There have been posts on here before..and I believe there's a section in the F and G digest about hunting them.
 

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they are in south jersey, pennsylvania, and new york....its only a matter of time before a pig bomb goes off in northern new jersey

once all three seperate populations expand and begin moving toward eachother.

i would say 5 years and we will start having them up here in sussex county.
 

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i would say 5 years and we will start having them up here in sussex county.
Good thing the mountain lion population is surging there then :D
 

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andyz935 check out fish and game website they have been talking about them for 2 years. they tried trapping them last year and discouraged hunters. I think they figured outthey cannot do it alone and now are encuraging hunters to kill them.
 

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and I believe there's a section in the F and G digest about hunting them
I am convinced many people never read the Digest. [confused]
 

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With the ongoing presence of feral hogs in the
Gloucester County area, New Jersey Division of
Fish and Wildlife will allow deer hunters in Deer
Management Zones 25 and 65 to hunt feral hogs
during the regular deer seasons. Feral hogs must
be checked at Sportsmen’s Outpost, Fries Mill Rd.,
Williamstown. Check Fish and Wildlife’s Web site
at NJFishandWildlife.com for details

pg 30
 
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