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Exclusive Q&A: Pigman Celebrates 100th Episode

by Game & Fish Online Staff 1

Brian “Pigman” Quaca is well on his way to owning quite a reputation. Wild at heart, a true character by… more »


Outfitter Quick Tips: How to Pick the Best Method for Hog Hunting

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

When you know a large area holds pigs, familiarity with different hunting methods can mean the difference between a barbecue… more »

Haley Heath and Monster Florida Gator!

Hot Spot for Monster Gators and Hogs

by Game & Fish Online Staff 0

Looking for adventure? Try hunting monster gators in the Florida swamps. Recently, the Outfitter host, Haley Heath, traveled to the… more »


Swine Story: A History of Feral Hogs in the U.S.

by Brian McCombie 3

It’s highly unlikely Martin Varner was the first person to hunt wild or feral hogs in Texas. After all, Spanish… more »


What’s Behind the Southern Hog Hunting Culture?

by Brian McCombie 1

Right from the beginning, hog hunting in this country has been a Southern thing. In fact, before the U.S. was… more »


Winchester Bullet Made For Dropping Hogs

by John Geiger 1

If you’re hunting feral pigs, you might as well use a bullet specifically designed for their tough hides and thick… more »


Aporkalypse Now: Ted Nugent and Pig Man Go Airborne for Hogs

by Game & Fish Online Staff 11

If you’re creating a recipe for an adrenaline-pumping good time, all you really need is Ted Nugent, a helicopter, a… more »

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Wintertime Hunting & Fishing Options in Tennessee

by Paul Moore 0

Winter may bring the doldrums or even the winter blues for a lot of folks. But for Tennessee hunters and… more »

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Best Winter Options for South Carolina Hunting & Fishing

by Phillip Gentry 0

If you look at the calendar, it may be difficult to pinpoint the best months of the year for either… more »

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Georgia’s Best Wintertime Hunting and Fishing

by Leon Scott 0

Here in Georgia we’re really lucky in so many ways. We actually get to enjoy four real seasons of weather,… more »

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