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    Big arse pig

    Now I am no expert on wild pigs or pig shit but I came across this today and it looks like it has come out of one big arse pig. 308win for comparison.
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    feck me!! if thats to scale you need a 50bmg to kill the bugger

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    Either that's one big pig or he's been saving that one up for a while.

    Go get him @Shearer

    Could be a hard carry

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    Quote Originally Posted by P38 View Post
    Either that's one big pig or he's been saving that one up for a while.

    Go get him @Shearer

    Could be a hard carry

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    It's within 7mmRM range of our house so if I did come across him he would get a ride home on the tractor. I saw some fresh rooting Wednesday evening when I took the 17HMR for a walk so went back for a look this arvo (with a bigger rifle). That's when I came across the dodo. I found where he is getting through the deer fence too so will keep an eye out for any more fresh sign
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    You mean where he wandered through the fence not even realising it's there?

    If that's what the turds look like I'd hate to experience a fart...
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    Camo up and lay in ambush til the bugger comes back. That is a lamb eater for sure.
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    Freaky, big ass pig

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    I have occasionally come across big big pig shit (not as big as that tho!) and thought it may have come from a sizable sow that has had that end well stretched by many litters of pigs?
    just a theory and have never found a clear fresh print near one(poo) to gauge size.
    I hope you get it and post up a pic or 3
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    I have occasionally come across big big pig shit (not as big as that tho!) and thought it may have come from a sizable sow that has had that end well stretched by many litters of pigs?
    just a theory and have never found a clear fresh print near one(poo) to gauge size.
    I hope you get it and post up a pic or 3
    Yeah. That could well be the case. As I said I am no pigologist. The paddock is covered in deer mark but what I did recognise as pig print (mostly in the rooting) looked pretty sizeable. Only one way to find out for sure eh.
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    Might just be a little pig with a massive arsehole?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shearer View Post
    It's within 7mmRM range of our house so if I did come across him he would get a ride home on the tractor. I saw some fresh rooting Wednesday evening when I took the 17HMR for a walk so went back for a look this arvo (with a bigger rifle). That's when I came across the dodo. I found where he is getting through the deer fence too so will keep an eye out for any more fresh sign
    A pile of offal at a know range could be very useful in this situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P38 View Post
    A pile of offal at a know range could be very useful in this situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickoli View Post
    Might just be a little pig with a massive arsehole?
    Like I said, big arse pig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickoli View Post
    Might just be a little pig with a massive arsehole?
    But which of them will be riding it?
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