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Georgia Hog Hunting

By Mike Rhodes | May 17, 2018

Big & J: Pigs-Dig-It Product Overview

A hog’s primary diet is grains and vegetation, although they can root for invertebrates and can be fierce predators

By Tyron Morris | May 15, 2018
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Aerial Assault In Wild Hog War

The first mention of an upcoming operation to kill wild hogs from a helicopter on Di-Lane Plantation WMA

By Craig James | May 3, 2018
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Night Hogs

Ideas for many of my GON articles start in some interesting places. They’ve started in weigh-in lines at

By Craig James | April 30, 2018
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Special WMA Hog & Coyote Season Runs May 16-31

For the first time ever, WMA hunters will have the opportunity to hunt hogs and coyotes on most

By Dan Chapman, USFWS | April 26, 2018
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Killing Ossabaw Hogs Is A Full-Time Job

Ossabaw Island, Georgia — Codey Elrod has a job most Southern hunters would kill for. Literally. My job,” Elrod said,

By Mike Bolton | February 7, 2018
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Toxic Bait Tested In War On Wild Hogs

Despite states removing almost every restriction on feral swine hunting and trapping, wild hog populations continued to grow

By Craig James | December 6, 2017
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Georgia’s Best Public Areas For Wild Hogs

December has been coined the most wonderful time of the year, and with good reason. Time with family

By Craig James | February 2, 2017

Top-3 WMAs For February Wild Hog Hunting

February is without a doubt a depressing month for hunters. Deer season is over, and turkey season still

By GON Staff | November 1, 2016

Hurricane Damage Cancels Cumberland Island Hunts

The managed hunts for Cumberland Island National Seashore have been cancelled for the October, November and December dates.

By Hunter Galloway | August 24, 2016

Clinch County Gator Taken On Foot

Henderson Wright, of Dalton, had the hunt of his life last September while hunting in Clinch County. Henderson…