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This is the type of information that can make the difference between success or failure.

Great thread.

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A couple of the best anatomy pix I've ever seen...

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You can really see how low the spine runs thru the shoulder area. Also how low, forward, and small the lungs are.

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WOW Curt, killed my share of hogs, never looked at them like this though! Thanks for the detailed pix!!! Learn something everyday.-Bill

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Thanks for sharing this info. I am hunting with 7th Age the first weekend in May and this has been some great info.

Paul

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TTT

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When the economy pics up I plan on doing a hog hunt thank you for the great info.
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yep, that is the spot to shoot them

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nice i cant wait to go hog hunting this summer

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awesome info - now I just need to get somewhere where they have'em.

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[Not Worthy]

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Thanks for posting the vitals.

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Guru, is that black mass in the first picture the lungs or just blood?

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It's the traumatized front of the near lung....

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I hope to make good on some hogs at Rays place in a couple of weeks. This thread has been very helpful and I try to study up on something that I haven't hunted before. Thanks Terry and Curt for being so informative. [thumbsup] [readit]
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here s a pic of a boar skelton I found a few years back.

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and he s a pic of thickness of their fighting pad.

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good hunting
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