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Texas hog hunt advise

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Texas hog hunt advise

Postby Hac » Tue Aug 01, 2017 1:34 pm

Hey guys looking to go to texas for a hunt, I reside in Az and was not one of the lucky ones to draw a tag of any sort. With that said I want to go to do some hunting in Texas. Any tips or recommendations of we're to go or outfitter to use. I have scowerred the net and called the Texas game and fish, with good info, but if anyone has any experience or any know how on the hog/deer/meat hunts your info would be appreciated thanks Adam

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Re: Texas hog hunt advise

Postby triggerhappy243 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 3:25 am

i can tell you there is virtually no public land in texas. knowing landowners in tx. is the best way to secure a hunt. offer to help with chores. if you go with a guided hunt, you want a 100 % success hunt and no bag limit. going with a 100% success hunt, you will get what you pay for. also 24 hour a day hut option is a good deal too.

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Re: Texas hog hunt advise

Postby Hac » Thu Aug 17, 2017 1:13 pm

triggerhappy243 wrote:i can tell you there is virtually no public land in texas. knowing landowners in tx. is the best way to secure a hunt. offer to help with chores. if you go with a guided hunt, you want a 100 % success hunt and no bag limit. going with a 100% success hunt, you will get what you pay for. also 24 hour a day hut option is a good deal too.



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Re: Texas hog hunt advise

Postby Upper Hand » Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:56 am

The problem I had with finding private land to hunt is that the land owners that have hogs on their property are usually trapping them to sell to hunting ranches so the don't want people shooting them and scaring them off. Hogs are a problem in Texas but too many people are making money off them to ever fix the problem.

I finally ended up booking a trip at a private ranch, I used JP Bowhunting Ranch in Omaha, TX. Price was reasonable and it included meals and lodging. I highly recommend them but it is an archery only ranch.
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