Loshbough in TN
Took my kids down this spring. Now, it is a pen, but it is a really big pen. We put 8.1 miles on the first afternoon IAW a GPS.
The eyes are blurred as a joke on a different forum, the pigs identities are protected also
The hunt price is a little more, but it costs the same or a bit less overall than to do a TX or OK hunt because of extra meals and lodging you need for travel. I was planning of doing a OK hunt, but I couldnt get a slot in the period I had off. So I started to look elsewhere. I rented a minivan and took a buddy so there were 4 of us. My buddy got the first which was a russian at about 9A day one. They for kicks we tried the dogs, which is a sprint stalk. You chase after the bay, then stalk the last 70 yards, then the pigs break, and you do it again, thus the 8.1 miles. The pigs bayed up one and the daughter took it. The son and I doubled the next morning taking ours at the same time. We went in June just after the son was out of school, and we had the lodge to ourselves. Downside it was warm. We were hunting in 90F by 10A.
Bring coolers. They will cut and wrap there. Get roasts, mild and hot sausage, and chops. I am not thrilled by the ham steaks so I would say get them as sausage or roasts.
Leave the partitions at home. 8 out of 9 out of 30-06's did not expand enough to stop the pig. I loaded them for my family, and wont use them again on anything. The story is on here somewhere. My buddies 06 with gamekings dropped his in one shot. I would say a slow heavy bullet in a open sight rifle or a 2X scope would be perfect. If I go again, I am taking the 32Spl.