Hog's Swamp boasts some of the finest fishin' north of the gulf. We got long fish, small fish, big fish, short fish. We got yellow fish, green fish, red fish, blue fish. We got more fish'n you can shake your pole at. And that ain't even the half of it.
A real fisherman knows that frog giggin' is second nature, and catchin' cray fish is even better. So whether its using your hands to pull a fish out of water or skewering an eel that lost its way, you'll know you've come to the right place when you're fishin' in Hog's Swamp.
Hog don't take kindly to poachers, and anyone not staff or a guest who takes a hankering to pinch any of the wild life is gonna get a taste of scatter gun shot.
It was like some sixth sense led down the dank and musty trail to this little-known getaway that had no signs. Hog's bond with nature is clearly unbreakable as the cottages and bungalows blend in seamlessly with the swamp. Its like Hog is some kinda avatar of Enkidu before he went to the Temple. I stayed because I needed to take a break from work in the village. But what Teo did to Hog had my praying with anger, I stayed wide awake until it was all over. I can tell you it wasn't any lady in the water what took him away to a watery grave, we could all see what was happening. After earth fell, the worst of the last airbender was over.
— Shamalama Ding Dong, Sun Don't Shine