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Old 07-05-2009, 9:50 AM
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Post HOGS In Southern California. 60fwy and the 10fwy

Has anyone ever hunted hogs in the canyons between the 10 and the 60 fwys? I have been told there are public lands there with hogs.
The Tajon Pass has hogs but it is expensive. Outfitters charge a lot to hunt their land.
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No, and I've never heard any hunters talk about pig in that area, that's Beaumont area, correct?

Tejon ranch is expensive, but they are charging for the convince, and believe or not, they have some world class elk hunts on the property.
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Has anyone ever hunted hogs in the canyons between the 10 and the 60 fwys? I have been told there are public lands there with hogs.
There are pigs there, but the area is now a park that can no longer be hunted. It's called the "Norton Younglove Preserve".
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Most of that area is posted no trespassing with the park rangers and wardens watching it pretty close. They recently made the area by the golf course, (north of San Timeteo) along the creek a county park/preserve and closed that area to hunting.

Try for permission on private land.

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Has anyone ever hunted hogs in the canyons between the 10 and the 60 fwys? I have been told there are public lands there with hogs.
There are pigs there, but the area is now a park that can no longer be hunted. It's called the "Norton Younglove Preserve".
There are a lot of hogs in Riverside Co, but there all on parkland. The estimate for Hidden Valley/Santa Ana River area is 600 pigs.
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A buddys says he still seeing hogs there. It's legal too.

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Well sound like the do-gooders are out of control again. Just wait until the hogs start getting out of control. They breed like rats. It will not be long and they will over run the area. Just take a look At Texas. When 600 hogs turn into 6,000. Maybe then??? We always have Coyotes until then.
Anyone up for some Yote & Rattler stew ?
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Well sound like the do-gooders are out of control again. Just wait until the hogs start getting out of control. They breed like rats. It will not be long and they will over run the area. Just take a look At Texas. When 600 hogs turn into 6,000. Maybe then??? We always have Coyotes until then.
Anyone up for some Yote & Rattler stew ?
No doubt... Not much places to hunt unless your willing to travel!
Hey RRR if you find a local spot to hunt let me know, I work in Tem. Would like to tag along if thats cool.
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it's funny- all the northern CA guys complain about how far they have to drive, whether it being further north or south, and all the socal guys complain about all the good land way up here.
The grass is always greener on the other side you know
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Wild Boar Hunting in California and Worldwide

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Wild Pigs On Public Land in Southern California - Are There More?

Years ago when I first wrote my book on Wild Boar in California I mentioned briefly and in somewhat vague terms a small population of wild pigs in the Santa Ana River wash near Riverside. The problem then was, and today still is, that if the location of the boar were described well enough to enable hunters to pin down the actual location and to start hunting there, the entire area would be flooded with hunters. As a consequence, the wild pig population would become nearly extinct in that area very, very quickly. Since many of these semi-secret boar locations are actually close to human population centers, any hunting activities would without doubt also create a flurry of complaints from equestrians, hikers, bicyclists, citizens and landowners, to name a few. Let us also not forget the radical wing of the environmental movement that is determined to eradicate hunting.

Well, the wild pigs are still in the general area. Boar are reported between the 10 and the 60 Freeways in the badlands of Riverside County. San Timoteo Canyon, the Prado basin and the Norton Younglove Reserve are good places to look for them.

Unfortunately, these areas are now closed to hunting; even with bow and arrow because of complaints from homeowners and equestrians.

But wild pigs transit there. I met the man who is in charge of protecting the lawn of a local golf course by shooting the piggy raiders.

Every hunter in southern California knows the Tejon Ranch. It has a healthy population of wild pigs. It also derives a significant part of its annual income from guided wild pig hunts and from access fees.

There is another ranch, now leased to a private hunting club, that used to have wild pigs. Boar are expanding outward from those private sanctuaries. They can be found near a small town west of the Interstate 5 close to the Los Padres National Forest. The boar like the manicured lawn of a golf course. It is moist from regular irrigation and harbors a lot of worms and tasty insects for their consumption.

Gold course operators do not appreciate the help of their four footed rototillers. Instead they employ help getting rid of them.

Another wild pig location that has been whispered about for years is located in Santa Barbara County near Lake Cachuma. The boar are in a very inaccessible section of the Los Padres National Forest. I heard from informed sources very recently that the wild pigs now have moved closer to the organic farms in the area. The wild pigs raided some of the small farms so often that their owners armed themselves to dispose of the night raiders.

Wherever you go looking for wild pigs on public land in Southern California, they animals are few and far between. You can harvest some, but it is hard work. In fact, it might even cost you more money and frustration to pursue wild pigs on public land than to break down and pay a guide.
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Any of you guys know of any good BLM land or Public land that currently has a population of pigs? My daughter and I have been looking for a while, but its crazy...The ranchers in Northern Cal want anywhere from $500-1200 for a piggy! I just cant afford that much.
I would appreciate any leads. Thanks. Jc (redding)
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Peter Jaeckle's report is pretty good but it's off on the hogs in the Badlands. I know of at least 3 hogs taken with a bow there last year legally. So far this year we're still looking for a fatty.

Found this big fat hog all by his lonesome last March. He's a smart one, stays high on the ridge and constantly checking for sneakers. This vid was from about 1/4 mile away and I thought he was a cow at first when I saw the big brown body. Guessing 250-300 pounds. Need a better look closer. He was looking at my truck as I hiked back down the canyon, it was too far and too dark for a stalk.

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Some of those hogs are smart. Try letting a buddy drop you off when the hog sees or hears the vehicle leavening area the a lot of time they will relax a little.

Here is a thread with a guy in Texas with hog problems its one of the best threads I have read in a long time.

http://thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=449721
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Great Thread, Thanks for sharing currahee1 !
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I know a place in tehachapi where you can hunt pigs wit a bow for next to nothing.
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I would be interested in this. Would you be kind enough to provide some info?
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I cant tell anyone or it would be full of hunters quickly. I can show you if you ever go with me sometime.
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Anybody going pig hunting? I'm in, I live in Beaumont, right before the 60 freeway. Our neighbor seen a dead boar about 250 pounds going the back way to Redlands, I think that whole area is a conservation now.
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wait until Beaumont is over run with hogs. Check out south Texas.
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So, is there BLM hog hunting in the Riverside, San Bernadino areas?

*yes I know this thread is old. I am hoping there is a better population now.
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So, is there BLM hog hunting in the Riverside, San Bernadino areas?

*yes I know this thread is old. I am hoping there is a better population now.
Population doesnt matter. Yes they are there, but they are all in parks or within city limits or on private property. Cant hunt them no matter how many there are.
Everyone talks about Pigs taking over the world etc. Pig populations only "explode" when the conditions are right. There is a carrying capacity for every area. There is a set amount of food and water to go around in every area. Wildlife populations adjust themselves accordingly.
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Population is about the same as it's been in that area for years, at least my game cams show about the same number of hogs and animal control scrapes up about the same number every year. There are several legal spots to hunt hogs around there, you just have to find them. And no I'm not going to say in PM.
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So in the last three years did you get one?
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BLM between 60 and 10 fwys?? Huh?? There's barely a smudge of BLM between there.
http://www.geocommunicator.gov/blmMap/Map.jsp?MAP=LAND
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No, and I've never heard any hunters talk about pig in that area, that's Beaumont area, correct?

Tejon ranch is expensive, but they are charging for the convince, and believe or not, they have some world class elk hunts on the property.
if you have a extra 25 grand laying around!!
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if you have a extra 25 grand laying around!!
I have heard the same thing for hunting elk there.
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They are probably escaped pigs from Big Horn Canyon Ranch. That is exactly where the ranch is located.
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