Information: Looking for a particular breed of dog, or just some
information on a particular breed or cross, and their hunting
prowess, there is plenty of information here.
Information that will help the novice and experienced hunters alike.
We are never to old to learn. The information supplied is from
myself and other hunters who have gained their experience by getting
out there and hunting.
Contributions from myself and Boardogs members. Some great reading
and a bit of a laugh.
looking for a particular product that relates to hunting or fishing,
this page is worth a look. Plenty of gear to pick from. Don't forget
to let them know that you found them on Boardogs.
A new addition in January 2007, updated by contributions from
visitors on an almost daily basis. Keep an eye on these pages for
some great hunting photos. And if you would like to contribute just
click on the contact me button at the top of the page. Photo content
must be suitable for publication and Boardogs reserves the right to
publish material we deem suitable. Click
Unfortunately the forum and chat no
longer exist, to all who have participated in both, thanks for your
support over the years. To replace the forums I now run a monthly
photo section as per above.
Replaced by the Monthly Photo segment above, a chance to
win some great prizes and actively participate in the site.
Around Australia each year any number of hunting related events
occur. If you would like to advertise on Boardogs, click 'contact
Keep an eye on this page, all updates to Boardogs are posted here,
an easy way to keep up with the constant additions and changes to
All information, photos etc are the property of Ian Colley and
Boardogs and must not be used unless you have my written permission.
This is not allowed at all, and please note that all
images are protected by copy right.
A little about
Colley and Boardogs.
I have lived and
breathed hunting for most of my life, especially pursuing feral
pigs with the aid of dogs and have passed this passion on to my
son, Stephen. The majority of my hunting has been in the New
England area and North Western New South Wales and South West
Queensland. I have also hunted pigs to a lesser extent in
Southern New South Wales, Central Queensland and Cape York.
I currently live in New
South Wales, Australia, but I had to relocate to the coast with
my job, which unfortunately has reduced the opportunities I have
to hunt, hence the creation of Boardogs. I like nothing better
than talking about pig hunting, good dogs and big boars so with
the reduction in hunting I decided to learn how to create a web
Well that was
ago now and the site has grown from a very basic one of
displaying some of my photos, to a more interactive site through
the addition of a message forum and live chat functionality that
allows hunters from all over the world to discuss and learn more
about their favourite pass time. Hunters can also post their own
photos of successful hunts, their favourite dogs, hunting rigs
etc for all to enjoy and discuss online. A lot of members have
teamed up with each other for hunts and some strong friendships
have been created via Boardogs.
Boardogs, hopefully will
continue to grow and be enjoyed by the thousands of hunters that
visit each week, learning from fellow visitors or offering
advice from personal experiences for the novice and not so
novice hunters. I am the first to admit I have learnt a lot from
the few brief years the site has been up and running and
I have been fortunate to have met some great people.
Enjoy your visit to