Hog Hunting Hawaii
- Hog hunting Hawaii is a tradition that has been passed down for generations.
- Hunt on private land.
- Boars and sows can be hunted using archery, or rifle. No tags required.
- Hunting is usually done from a tree stand, ground blind, or spot and stalk.
- Boars hunting usually takes place in the late evening or early morning.
- Trophy hogs can weigh 200+ pounds, with two to five inch tusks.
- Combo with exotics hunting. Hawaii is famous for axis deer.
- Traditional hog hunting with dogs in Hawaii is available upon request.
- A boar hunt in Hawaii while you’re on vacation is a great add-on to your Hawaiian vacation.
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When you go hog hunting Hawaii, you’re experiencing a culture that is thousands of years old. These hogs were brought to the Hawaiian Islands by the early Polynesians thousands of years ago, and have earned their place in history.
Wild hog hunting Hawaii is a classic adventure!
In the late 1700’s, the pua’a (pig) was brought to Hawaii by Captain James Cook, as a source of protein on their journey. Through the years, these Polynesian wild boars have prospered on the Islands, causing extreme damage to Hawaii’s rainforest ecosystem. Hunting is the only thing keeping the wild boar populations in check.Get More Information About This Hunt
You can bowhunt or use your rifle, but traditionally you’ll use a knife. Wild boar hunting in Hawaii is done by using dogs and a knife or spear. The dogs will chase the pig, until it “bays up.” You’ll listen for the barking and try to keep up. Once you find the source of the ruckus, you’ll finish off the hog with a large knife. Hog hunting with dogs in Hawaii is a rush! It isn’t for everybody, but if you feel you’re up for it, let us know.
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