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American Hoggers 

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Follows legendary hog hunter Jerry Campbell, 64, his level-headed son, Robert, 28, and firecracker daughter, Krystal, 23, as they respond to those threatened by feral hogs. Located in the ... See full summary »
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Lea Penick Lea Penick ...  Herself 23 episodes, 2011-2013
Jerry Campbell Jerry Campbell ...  Himself 22 episodes, 2012-2013
Krystal Campbell Krystal Campbell ...  Herself 22 episodes, 2012-2013
Robert Campbell Robert Campbell ...  Himself 22 episodes, 2012-2013
Katie Ball Katie Ball 10 episodes, 2013
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Follows legendary hog hunter Jerry Campbell, 64, his level-headed son, Robert, 28, and firecracker daughter, Krystal, 23, as they respond to those threatened by feral hogs. Located in the heart of Texas, the family dedicates itself to the front lines - riding horseback, driving a custom-rigged Jeep, using highly trained dogs with GPS tracking systems and employing good old-fashioned know-how to help those endangered by these destructive beasts. Clad in chaps and cowboy boots, the family sets out in each episode to square off against these extremely intelligent animals that are terrorizing helpless landowners. Written by A&E

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16 August 2011 (USA) See more »

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20 September 2012 | by SanteeFatsSee all my reviews

I like this show a lot, especially Lea Penick. It shows a family and friend(s) doing what needs to be done to help control the feral hogs. What I don't understand though is why so many of the people that hire them just don't sit up at night with a rifle and scope and try to take out the damn pigs. If it was my place and it was even semi-legal I would shoot them myself. I do realize that that not every person is equipped mentally and/or physically to do so, plus some of the people obviously have ranches to run or other business requirements that prevent them from going after the hogs themselves. Feral hogs may be smart but they can be baited and shot,trapped, or even poisoned (depending on the circumstances).


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