Two-thirds of the feral hog population has to be killed just to maintain their numbers. They are fervent breeders and we’ve found, for the money, aerial control is the most effective for feral hog management. We are reaching out to Texans asking them not to be too conservative with their harvests. We are encouraging them to [cooperate] with their neighbors, share costs and join forces. Working together is the only way we can gain the upper hand on this exploding nuisance and dangerous problem.” ~ TX F&G Director of Wildlife
Dustin and Eric have a great crew at Cedar Ridge. They have an R44 and 2 R22s for all the hunts. I was staying with another fellow who would be hunting at the same time as me from a different bird. This way the choppers can work as a team to find the varmints and herd them out in the open for clean kill shots.