Texas Hog Hunts

Texas Hog HuntsTexas has one of the largest wild hog populations in the country.  It takes constant hunting, trapping, and even an occasional helicopter hunt to keep our hog numbers in check.  In Texas most of our hog hunts will be conducted over feeders and water holes, but occasionally it gets western when you see a large group crossing in front of you.  We constantly monitor our stands with trail cameras to predict the best times and locations.

Depending on the weather, hogs can be an extremely nocturnal animal and most sightings will occur at daylight and dark.  However, if they want to play the nocturnal game with us, we have motion lights set up to crash their afterdark parties!  Our hog hunts are unlimited in numbers, so bring plenty of bullets.  All hunts are semi guided and are 2 night 2 day packages.  You arrive in camp at noon the day your hunt begins and hunt that evening.  A full day of hunting is next on the agenda, followed by a morning hunt of your last day.  After your last sit and your guide has taken care of your animals, you will have breakfast or brunch and depart the ranch to head home with some good stories.

Because we want every hunter to have our full attention, we do not book hog hunters during our deer season.  January through April and the month of September are when we have hog hunts available.

Wild Hog Hunt Pricing

  • Wild Hog Hunt Our Texas Wild Hog hunts require a 5 person minimum and include 2 days of hunting and 2 nights stay with meals. The cost for an additional hog over the one/day limit is $100.
    $1,000 per man plus gratuity

General Information
For non-hunters, our daily food and lodging is $250. Transportation to and from Lubbock Airport is $375 per vehicle (up to 3 people per vehicle). Check-in is the evening before your hunt and includes supper. Check-out is after your last hunting sit.

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