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Well I said I would hold my opinion until I got back from Cherokee Run. I will address some of the comments made buy Tony Robinson in an earlier post.
Yes, I saw some cob webs, no spiders, no roaches, a few dust bunnies but thats no big deal to me.
There was a dog, Brook, very sweet and friendly, didn't use the bathroom inside only outside.
Scott our guide was up every morning by 5 and eating breakfest w/ us. He put us on some well used trails and over feeders. We hunted a great area the first day, and a good area the second morning and then we chose to go back to the first spot on the second afternoon.
I wish I could say we saw hogs but we didn't, we hit a full moon and the hogs were nocturnal. We could see were they had been from the night before and I had hog tracks in my foot prints from day one to day two. All in all, it was disappointing, but not enough to make me not want to go back.
Tom was there the first afternoon for a long time and we talked about all of the above. He seemed very open to all comments.
There was a bunch of pictures on the dinner table from past years and many current pics included. Although the deer mounts were not from the area, the 300# black boar in the great room was from the area I hunted the first day.
I learned allot about boars this weekend and next time I will plan a hunt in the late spring/early summer when the hogs are more predicable.
To anyone looking to plan a hog hunt, do your homework first. You won't see many during deer season as they go nocturnal, in the summer they need water to say cool.
Well that is my two cents, I plan on going back next year in the summer.
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That's the one big problem with free ranging hogs, they are nocturnal.

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I'm happy that he cleaned his act up for you. The dog was a sweet dog just didn't like having to walk over **** in the floor in the morning. Yes the poster is right about learning more about hog hunting. I have read more about it and the best time is the spring when temps are higher and you can pattern them. I love punishment my best friend called me he told that he had a place to hunt hogs on private property that the owner says he has a hog problem. So I'm off to SC Bennetsville if you when down 95 to Tom's place then you went through it. I will let you know how I do and if this works out I will contact you about going with me next time I go its a $150 hunt.
 
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