Went and wandered around a bit and drove around some more. Saw very little sign of anything but most of the ground was inches deep in water. Most ground that wasn't submerged was so hard it would have taken a really big animal to leave a print. In some of the softer ground I saw a few hog prints. What puzzled me though is throughout the entire day, I didn't see one section of ground that had been tilled up by pigs. I also didn't see anything in any of the muddy parts I could honestly call a wallow. So what thinks you experts? Was I just unfortunate enough to have not stumbled upon any positive hog sign? Or are there none at this place? Or are current conditions (heat etc)etc just have them behaving different from what I'm used to? I've mostly hunted central Fl in areas not as swampy and in Nov and Dec primarily.