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Thermal Shooting - 22 Hogs in One Night

Thermal Shooting - 22 Hogs in One Night

Guest hog hunters shoot 22 Georgia boars with a DPMS Panther Arms .308 semi-automatic rifle at night with a thermal scope. They are hog hunting at night as a population control measure in the crop damaged fields of SW Georgia.

Thermal Shooting - 18 Hogs in One Night

Thermal Shooting - 18 Hogs in One Night

Chuck Sykes of "The Management Advantage" joins the staff to help remove 18 feral hogs in one night. We are shooting Remington R-25 and DPMS Panther Arms .308 caliber, semi-automatic rifles topped with our 640 x 480 and 320 x 240 resolution thermal scopes. Thermal shooting at night is used as a population control measure in these crop damaged fields as Georgia farmers plant corn during March and April. These hogs either avoided traps during our winter trapping program or migrated into the area from record spring rainfall

Thermal Hog Hunting - 17 Hogs in One Night

Thermal Hog Hunting - 17 Hogs in One Night

Guest hog hunters shoot 17 Georgia boars with Remington R-25 and DPMS Panther Arms .308 semi-automatic rifles at night mounted with JAGER PRO 384 x 288 thermal scopes. They are hog hunting at night as a population control measure in the crop damaged fields of SW Georgia.

Thermal Hog Hunting - 13 Hogs in One Night

Thermal Hog Hunting - 13 Hogs in One Night

Watch our guest hog hunters shoot 13 big Georgia boars with a .308 Browning semi-automatic rifle at night with a thermal scope. They are performing hog control operations at night as a population control measure in the crop damaged fields of SW Georgia.

Thermal Hog Hunting - 12 Hogs in One Night

Thermal Hog Hunting - 12 Hogs in One Night

Watch our guest hunter shoot 12 Georgia boars with a .308 Browning semi-automatic rifle at night with a thermal scope. We are hog hunting at night as a population control measure in the crop damaged fields of SW Georgia.

Rifle Leads on Moving Targets

Thermal Hog Hunting - Rifle Leads on Moving Targets (at Night)

Watch this Master Class shooter from JAGER PRO hit running hogs with a .308 Browning semi-automatic rifle at night through a thermal scope. He will demonstrate the proper leads necessary to hit moving targets at various angles and distances in slow motion. Hog hunting at night is a population control measure in the crop damaged fields of SW Georgia.

Shooting Moving Targets

Thermal Hog Hunting - Shooting Moving Targets

Watch this Master Class shooter from JAGER PRO hit running hogs with a DPMS Panther Arms LR308L semi-automatic rifle at night with a thermal scope. He will demonstrate the proper leads necessary to hit moving targets at various angles and distances in slow motion. This video is dedicated to teaching effective shooting methods on moving targets. Hog hunting at night is a population control measure in the crop damaged fields of SW Georgia. Our JAGER PRO guides and guest hunters harvest 1,000 feral hogs annually applying these skills.

Big Georgia Boars

Thermal Hog Hunting - Big Georgia Boars

Watch our guest hog hunters shoot big Georgia boars with a .308 Browning semi-automatic rifle at night with a thermal scope. They are hog hunting at night as a population control measure in the crop damaged fields of SW Georgia.


Contact Details

Telephone: 706-570-5753 or 706-304-5756
Email: info@southernhogcontrol.net
Website: southernhogcontrol.net

P.O. Box 4826,
Columbus,  Georgia
31904

Tactical Boar Hunting • Feral Hog Traps, Trapping and Metodology

SOUTHERN HOG CONTROL, LLC was established in October 2009 to help reduce the feral hog damage on agriculture and private property.

Our primary mission is to service private, state and federal hog removal contracts by employing the JAGER M.I.N.E.™ (Manually Initiated Nuisance Elimination) Feral Hog Trap System. This high volume pest control technique was developed during three years of research as the most efficient method to capture entire sounder groups during winter months at baited hog trap enclosures.