Feral hogs are an invasive species that have caused immense damage to the environment and property in Texas. Hunting feral hogs has become a popular outdoor activity, but finding a good place to hunt them can be challenging. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the best places to hunt feral hogs in Texas.
Texas offers several public lands where hunters can find abundant populations of feral hogs. The most popular among them is the Sam Houston National Forest, which covers more than 163,000 acres across Montgomery, San Jacinto and Walker counties. Other notable options include Davy Crockett National Forest and Caddo National Grassland.
Many private landowners in Texas allow hunting for feral hogs on their property under certain conditions. Some require payment for access while others may offer packages with lodging or other amenities included. These ranches range from small family operations to large commercial outfits with thousands of acres available for hunting.
Wildlife Management Areas
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) operates over 50 wildlife management areas (WMAs) throughout the state that serve as prime locations for hunting feral hogs year-round. Most WMAs require a permit which is available online or at designated TPWD locations across the state.
In conclusion, finding a place to hunt feral hogs in Texas is not difficult if you know where to look – there are plenty of public lands, private ranches and wildlife management areas open year-round throughout much of the state offering ample opportunities for hunters looking for an adventure!