The A-Team

The A-Team

Follow along with The Community crew a.k.a ‘The A-Team’, as they decrease the feral pig population by taking out three wild hogs in just 12 hours of time.

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Rollin In The West

Rollin In The West

The Community show continues as they join their motivated friend, Craig Garrett, for a first time hog harvest.

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The Routine

The Routine

It’s that time of the year for The Community crew and this means a lot of hog hunting. Follow along as they share a collection of their favorite moments from this hog hunting routine with their friends.

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First Shots

First Shots

Follow new bowhunter Kyle Alton, as he teams up with The Community and searches for his first shot at a wild hog in California. 

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Keeping Up With Jones

Keeping Up With Jones

In the 6th segment of The Community show, join Mark Grupe and Larry Jones as the hunt with a recurve for wild hogs in the California foothills.

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Hog Therapy

Hog Therapy

In the second segment of The Community, the crew sets out for some exciting hog hunting and take their friends from Vets 4 Huntn & Fishn alongside. 

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Ga-Lhiel

Ga-Lhiel

Join the Community in the third segment of their new series. This time, the guys take out Ga-Lhiel Dillard, a student at Fresno State and a new hunter. They are able to help him harvest his first wild hog with a rifle.

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1.1 Mountain Thunder

1.1 Mountain Thunder

Follow along as John & Danny hunt pigs in some challenging weather and terrain in NSW in Season 1, Episode 1 from Dna Bowhunter.

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Persistence

Persistence

Hunting the swamps and creeks of northern Australia is on the to do list of most Aussie hunters, as Cape York in far north Queensland holds one of Australia’s largest populations of wild pigs. This film is the conclusion to a hunt last October.

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50 Degrees West

50 Degrees West

50 Degrees West is a video from one of DNA Bowhunters previous projects from a few years ago. Watch as they are hunt boars and goats around the remaining water sources in very high temperatures of a Western NSW summer.

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