This past season, my buddies and I did pretty well hunting hogs down at the Atchafalaya Delta WMA during the bow season and in particular during the gun season after bow season finished. Each year we seem to learn a little bit more about how to hunt hogs, what works and what doesn't. We have learned that baby hogs for the most part grunt almost non stop at certain times. The volume can be quite loud and will lead you right to their location. In almost all instances, the mother is very near and possibly other adults as well. If you check out the pictures I provided, the single baby hog looking to the left, had a companion with it. I trailed them for 30 minutes hoping to hook up with a full grown hog, only to find they were traveling alone. We saw them on four different hunts. Apparently the mother was killed (not by us) earlier in the season. I shot a big sow late in the season and a group of 10 little ones stayed around me for several minutes (some are seen in the above photo), even when I began to field dress the sow. The bottom line that we learned, is that when you hear repeated grunting, it is usually baby hogs, but that can still provide you with a good chance to take an adult if you proceed cautiously using the wind to your advantage.