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BigRonHuntAlot
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This Boar was taken in Tennessee at The Wilderness Hunting Lodge in Monterey. I used a 59 pound Morrison Recurve and Arrow Dynamics Arrows with a combination of Muzzy Phantoms and Simmons Landsharks for the kill.

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jesse cales
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great job ron.nice porker!
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cjones
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Nice hog Ron. Congrats again!

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Chad Jones

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ratgunner
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Pork chops for dinner ?Good job.

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TGMM "Brotherhood of the Bow" "Family of the Bow"

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Jack Guard
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Sweet......might be adding a hunt like that to my list when i return home.

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AnointedArcher
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Way to go Ron, nice size hog [thumbsup]

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So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.

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yth-mnstr
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nice hog!

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justin ammons

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Octavian
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Nice job.
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kasey
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nice
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Arwin
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Mmmmmmm bacon!

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Just one more step.....please!

Michigan Longbow Association

Some dude with a stick and string chasing things.

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hoebow
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hog killers, you gotta love it!

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ABR

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Flatshooter
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Hey Ron, Nice hog!!! I just recently booked this hunt with Alan for my son and me. We will be hunting with Wilderness Lodge from May 21-23 Can't wait! Any tips or suggestions that would be helpful during our three day stay?
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BigRonHuntAlot
Contributor 2007
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No Worries Mike. Alan will take GOOD care of you. LOL You might want to wait on the first kill as there are some Dandys there. I probably saw over 50 different hogs while I was there. Also I would recommend using a SHARP Simmons 2 blade atleast 500 plus grains in total arrow weight and TIGHT and Low Behind the shoulder for a Fast Kill. Best of Luck to Ya'll.

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