Woo pig sooie

The wild hogs are absolutely TERRIBLE in our neck of the woods.

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They’ve checked out other properties, but I think they have settled on ours

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to spend Easter break. The party starts somewhere around 2:30 in the morning.

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I like to get up early, but that’s a little extreme, even for me.

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The Wildlife and Fisheries have gotten involved, and the other night counted eleven of those nosedozers.

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The hogs were in a grove of trees so the guys were only able to kill one and wound one. I was told to call if the hogs came back for another rootin tootin time…and they did.

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I called the number on the card and left a message.
About an hour later, I got a call from a nice lady who said that I had left a message about some hogs.
I said, “You’re not with the Wildlife and Fisheries are you?” She answered, “No.”
Then together we figured out where I made a mistake dialing the number.
I thanked the nice lady and apologized. Then I said, “Oh, and never mind about my hog problem.” She seemed fine with that.

One thought on “Woo pig sooie

  1. Wow, this was very interesting to read.
    These hogs have really become a serious problem in many states and I know Louisiana is one of them.
    Be careful out there, mosquitoes are bad enough but the hog situation takes the cake.

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