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Question by DCluver. Uploaded on July 15, 2011
Where are you located? There are several WMA's in Oklahoma that are absolutely overrun with ferals and the state openly allows "hog" hunting except in advertised deer seasons. If you are "deer" hunting, you can still kill all the hogs you want, you are just required to have a hunting license and a deer tag.
Kill all the hawgs ya can!
They are pretty much everywhere. Every time I have gone out to the Heyburn WMA I have seen pig sign. Find an area where pig sightings are high, and go ask a farmer if you can help remove a few. There are lots of farmers that are looking for people to help them out.
hunt them where ever you find them!
Sham on you WAM, those are two legged sows!
It ain't just Tulsa guys!
I'm located an hour and a half east of Joplin Mo, so about three or so from tulsa. Hogs have pretty much been killed off in our area.
Three hours won't get you to where I live, DCluver.
Well i just heard OK had a lot and it is relatively close. Where do you live Bubba?
My in-laws live in south central Ok. There are several WMA's relatively close.
Hackberry Flats WMA
Black Kettle WMA
Wichita Mtn WMA (elk here!)
ALL have pig problems.
Contact www.wildlifedepartment.com and peruse the regs.
I hear Love Valley WMA and Hickory Creek also have pigs. Plus they're open for deer gun. Thatt's way down I-35 by Texas though.
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