Fall is a special time of year for many hunters. While our facilities are open year-round, there's something unique about this season when the weather cools and leaves fall that really seem to properly welcome the arrival of "hunting season."
If you've ever seen the damage a group of hogs can inflict on farmland in one night, you know how much of a nuisance hogs can be. In some areas ecological balances have been devastated from the presence of wild boar.
When it comes to successfully hunting hogs, a hunter needs to be familiar with the signs and habits of wild hogs. There are a few common things you can look for.
Hog tracks are the most looked for sign, especially in low line areas where someone can differentiate between a hog track and a deer track.
We're coming up on the holiday season and we wanted to do something fun this year for our readers by putting our Hog Wild hunter spin on a Christmas carol classic: 12 days of Christmas. Rather than rehash the whole song we thought we'd put our own version of the 12 days down, starting with #12.
As you all know we're getting into the winter season for hunting. It's a great season for hunters, and also means hunting shows. So we wanted to let you know about some upcoming hunting and outdoor shows and answer some frequently asked questions.