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Hog Dog Hunting

Hog Dog Hunting Details

At Texas Hunt Lodge, we offer thrilling Monster Wild Boar hunts year-round, providing hunters with the opportunity to pursue these formidable trophies at any time of the year. With no seasonal restrictions on hunting the Feral Hog in Texas, hunters can plan their hunt according to their schedule.

Located just outside Harper, Texas, in Gillespie County, our Texas Animal Health Commission Approved Hog Hunting Preserve is the perfect setting for an exhilarating Wild Boar hunt. Situated only 25 minutes from our lodge, this preserve offers prime hunting grounds for Wild Hogs.

During our Wild Boar hunts, we utilize specially trained dogs to locate and bay the Wild Boars, adding excitement and intensity to the hunt. Once located, hunters have the option to pursue the Wild Boars with a rifle, pistol, or knife, providing a variety of hunting experiences.

Safety is our top priority at Texas Hunt Lodge, and our experienced guides, with over 30 years of practice, ensure a safe and enjoyable hunting experience for all participants. While the hunt may pose risks to our dogs and guides, hunters can rest assured that their safety is paramount.

Our Wild Boar hunts offer a “Guaranteed Trophy Boar Hunt,” targeting Monster Wild Boars weighing approximately 200 lbs with impressive cutters ranging from 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches, and possibly up to 4 to 5-inch cutters. It’s a thrilling adventure for hunters seeking a trophy-worthy Wild Boar to proudly display on their wall.


Feral Hogs Trophy Fee

Feral Hogs Trophy Fee: $ 350 - 1600 *

Trophy Fee is in addition to $395 per day which covers All-Inclusive Hunt Package.
Non-hunting guests may accompany the hunter for an additional $200 per day which covers lodging, meals and amenities as well.

Feral Hogs, Wild Pigs, or Wild Boars are an old world species belonging to the family Suidae, and in Texas include European wild hogs, feral hogs, and European-feral crossbreeds. Feral hogs are domestic hogs that either escaped or were released for hunting purposes. With each generation, the hog’s domestic characteristics diminish and they develop the traits needed for survival in the wild.

A mature feral hog may reach a shoulder height of 36 inches and weigh from 100 to over 400 pounds.  Wild hogs continuously grow tusks that serve as weapons and burrowing tools.  Wild boars live in groups called sounders.  Sounders typically contain around 20 animals, but groups of over 50 have been seen.  In a typical sounder there are two or three sows and their offspring; adult males are not part of the sounder outside of a breeding cycle, two to three per year, and are usually found alone.  The sows usually have litters of 8-12 piglets.  The wild hog will attack by charging if cornered or if they fear danger for their offspring.

Meat from feral hogs is extremely tasty and much leaner than pen-raised pork. The meat from older boars may be tougher and rank tasting if not prepared adequately. As with all pork, care should be taken and the meat well cooked. Otherwise, it should be prepared just like market hogs. The slower the meat is cooked, the more tender and tasty it becomes.

There is not a limited Hunting season on Feral Hogs in the State of Texas nor bag or possession limits, so they make a great hunt year round.

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Feral Hogs

Feral Hogs

“Guaranteed Monster Trophy Boar” / per Wild Boar

Feral Hogs

Additional for whole group if Dogs are used



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