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Question by cwolf5. Uploaded on February 15, 2009
They are like finding a needle in the haystack.
My family and friends have gone down there for bout ten years. We always hunt wayne national forest, and as far as i know nobody has seen wild boars, but that doesnt mean there not there. Also some friends went coyote hunting and and they show up fast for an electronic caller. good luck
There are some feral pigs in southern Ohio, but not that many. I believe it is open season on them year round but check the game laws first. Knowing how they multipy i am sure it won't be long be fore they are every where. I hunt in jefferson and harrison county and have never seen one.
Yet to see a boar
Yes, they are alot of feral pigs in southeastern ohio. not shure about Hocking but Vinton county's northern part which border Hocking Co. has a lot of wild boars.
try looking around Salt Creek or the back side of Allensville in Vinton Co. its 10 or 15 minutes from Old Mans Cave, but they are hard to find. My brother in law has shot 3 this year on his land in Allensville. hope that helps answer your question.
Agreed with buckhunter answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!
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