We pride ourselves on providing our customers with the kinds of hogs and exotics that they'll be proud to put over their mantle or happy to stuff their freezer with.
At Hog Wild, we're always on the lookout for more pigs to provide our hunters with hogs to hunt. Whether you're a trapper or have a hog problem, we're looking for your pigs.
During summer the most effective hog hunts that we host are dog hunts. And if you go on a dog hunt at Hog Wild, you're going to meet the Dogo Argentina. Let's take a look at this fascinating breed, and how they're used to hunt hogs.
Usually, the lack of foliage in parts of Oklahoma can make life easier for trappers. Hogs don't have an abundance of food, so food in the traps becomes more attractive. With all the rain we've had this year, that's not the case.
While many of our hunters do come from nearby Oklahoma City, quite a few of our guests who hunt here come from other states. If that describes you, you'll be happy to know that we can make your trip and lodging as seamless as possible.
Recently one of our hunters had the opportunity to take an axis buck down. It was a hunt filled with tense moments and close calls.
Our hunter had come to Hog Wild to hunt hogs, but on seeing one of the spotted axis deer, he quickly changed his mind.