Procter haul boosts Lancashire
The first five-wicket haul of Luke Procter's career gave Lancashire the edge over Durham on day one of their Division One clash.
Procter's five for 17 along with Hogg's three scalps in six balls at Chester-le-Street ensured Durham crumpled to 102 all out after they were put in to bat.
Both also made runs to help opener Paul Horton, who top-scored with 31 not out as Lancashire closed on 141 for eight.
Procter contributed 18 to a stand of 44 after Graham Onions had taken all the wickets in reducing Lancashire to 19 for four.
Hogg was on 23 not out after sharing an unbroken partnership of 32 with Horton, who was bowled by a Jamie Harrison no-ball on six and dropped at first slip while spending 34 minutes with his score on 11.
He at least showed the application which was generally lacking on a day when 18 wickets fell, despite the loss of 17 overs to rain in-between innings.
When Onions' figures were four for 11 after four overs, 14 wickets had gone down in 43 overs on a blameless pitch.
Durham were undone by swing and a continuation of their lack of diligence, while Onions was too good for Lancashire's fragile top order.
Durham reached 32 for one before Hogg took the first of his three wickets by swinging one from wide of leg stump to bowl Will Smith round his legs.
Gordon Muchall then chased a very wide one and was caught behind while Ben Stokes gave Gareth Cross a second catch when trying to withdraw his bat.
Returning from his shoulder injury, Dale Benkenstein made 10 before shaping to drive Procter and edging to Cross.
Then Phil Mustard followed a ball which was leaving him and was brilliantly caught by Ashwell Prince at second slip for four.
Procter bowled some big in-swingers, including the one which bowled Harrison, but made one hold its line to have Paul Collingwood lbw for the top score of 25.
When Lancashire batted, Onions struck twice in the third over, having Stephen Moore caught at third slip and pinning Karl Brown lbw.
Prince edged a beauty to second slip and Steven Croft edged a lavish drive behind.
When Onions made way for Steve Harmison the ex-England man made a wayward start but slowly improved and claimed a wicket in his seventh over when Cross played across the line and was bowled.
That came shortly after Procter was caught behind off Stokes and when 21-year-old left-arm seamer Harrison had both Glen Chapple and Ajmal Shahzad trapped in front, Lancashire were reeling on 109 for eight - just seven runs ahead.
But Horton and Hogg steadied the ship and the Red Rose will enter day two with a narrow 39-run lead.