Hogs down! Watch as Grant stalks within range of several hogs. There's arrows flying then the Wincherster XPR Hunter Bolt-Action 350 Legend rifle dropped another one like a rock! Then checkout Clay's strategy to tag a tom with several hens.
Wild Hogs & Boar
Hog hunting is one of the fastest growing segments of the hunting world. If you've been hearing about it and have been thinking about it, here's why you need to get out there and start doing it now.
Bow hunting with GrowingDeer.tv: Arrows are flying in South Texas as wild hogs and javelinas come into range! Watch spot and stalk javelina hunts. (0:01 - 11:20) Then it's fresh pork for the freezer! (11:21 - 15:17) Winter is tough on deer! Watch a buck survive an attack by coyotes. Grant shares tips on winter stress survival for deer on your property. (15:18 - 17:45)
The GrowingDeer.tv team is bow hunting wild hogs in Florida! Watch as the first morning settled in a Redneck Hay Bale Blind produces some "Prime" pork. After the bow hunt, the team puts in a food plot with the new Genesis drill. Then the experts at Flatwood Natives show how to maximize the production of tree plots.
The GrowingDeer.tv team is hunting on a western Oklahoma property. Can a bow take down a big sow? And just how effective is the Winchester Razorback XT? Watch to see the hunts where Adam puts both to the test!
Bow hunting practice for early season turkey hunting! The team at www.GrowingDeer.tv share a brief Easter greeting then turn to firing up Swamp People star Troy Landry's deer hunting property for better whitetail habitat.(begins 1:27) Then they have a tip for easy spring food plots: frost seeding! (begins 4:38) The video wraps up with Adam sharing how he's practicing to be ready for his next challenge: bow hunting spring gobblers! (begin 6:11)
Bow hunting with the GrowingDeer.tv team is in South Florida! Grant arrows two pigs with his new Rival Bow with great penetration from the Havoc broadheads. Check out the tips on how to process a hog at mark 5:46. Following the hunt Grant visits with a South Carolina landowner to give suggestions on how to improve his deer hunting property (begin 7:15).
Feral hogs have now invaded at least 39 states, including Hawaii, and four Canadian provinces. So, how do you know if pesky pigs have staked claim to your neck of the woods? Here are four surefire signs of hog activity: