Texas Hog Hunt
Texas Hog Hunt
Certain areas of Texas are crawling with hogs, which is a problem for most, but is a great thing for us hunters.
A Texas hog hunt is inexpensive but really fun time. You’ll almost always be hunting over feeders, over water, or in farm fields. The number of hogs you can take is limited only by opportunity and how well you can shoot.
Hog hunting isn’t easy though, so even though there are loads of them, success isn’t guaranteed. Sometimes wild boars go nocturnal. but luckily you can hunt at night in Texas.
Why you should consider a Texas hog hunt:
Texas Hog Hunt, Predator Package
This is a great combination hunt for an inexpensive but really fun time.
Hog and predator hunting are both becoming more and more popular, and Texas has the best of both. Both a Texas hog hunt as well as predator hunting can be done year round, but as we hit the summer months we do the bulk of our hunting at night. We tend to sleep in the mornings and hunt the evenings, all night, and into the early parts of the morning. You will hunt hogs over feeders with lights, or spotlights were possible, and with thermal and infrared scopes. What makes this Texas hog hunt different from all the rest is the outfitter makes sure that you are set up way ahead of time, with the blinds and feeders that draw the hogs.
Texas is Crawling with Predators
When it comes to predator hunting, this outfitter knows the importance of giving a ranch some rest before you hammer the coyotes, foxes and bobcats. Predator calling to frequently tends to educate the critters and we want you to be successful on your trip. Recently, they have added thermal scopes to their bag of tricks, which gives us the ability to hunt all night long.
Texas is crawling with coyotes, foxes and bobcats. The thick brush is perfect habitat for both predators and prey, and there are plenty of both. When predator hunting, you can expect to do lots of calling with both mouth calls and electronic calls. These are some of the smartest animals we hunt and if you are up for a challenge, then this one’s for you. You are not limited to how many predators you can shoot, however, bobcats do have an added trophy fee.
We can set up a do it yourself hunt that includes lodging, OR put together an all inclusive hunt with five star accommodations.
- Typically three solid days of hunting with meals and lodging.
- Hunt hogs over feeders with thermal and infrared scopes.
- Call coyotes, foxes and bobcats.
- Unlimited Hogs *must take the meat
- Unlimited Coyotes and Fox
- Bobcats – $300 Trophy Fee
- Unlimited Rattlesnakes
- Semi Guided
Texas Turkey and Wild Boar Hunting Package
Spring is time to hunt Rio Grande turkeys in Texas. Why not throw in some hog hunting too?
These wild turkey hunts are for two birds (Rio Grande), and you can also shoot some pigs too…and you can expect to run across lots of those. These two bird hunts include meals, lodging and the hunt, and the outfitter spends lots of time feeding, scouting and running trail cameras on the ranches so you can be assured you’ll find some birds while you’re hunting turkeys in Texas.
If you choose to go the unguided, DIY route, a guide will drive you around the ranch before your hunt beings. Land marks, such as creek beds and/or fences will be pointed out to define your borders.This can be fully guided, or an unguided turkey hunt.
Texas turkey hunting can be incredible. Add pigs to the mix and make it even better!
- Two Gobblers
- Unlimited Hogs
- Mid-March through May 1
- Unguided unless you feel you need a guide.
- Very nice 4 star accommodations and home cooked meals.
- Very high success
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Casey called me about a month ago and asked if I wanted to hunt rattlesnakes in Texas, and I said no. I said no because I am terrified of snakes…. they are vile creatures and I don’t understand why anyone would go out of their way to get near them. Well, he kept sweetening the deal and when he threw in hogs and javelina I had to give in, and I’m glad I did.