There has been some wild weather in the state this spring. While you might be thinking that all poor weather is bad for hunting at Hog Wild, these storms can actually give you an advantage.
Hunters typically come to hog wild for one of two reasons. They want to fill their freezer with meat, or they're out for a trophy. If the latter describes you, you might be wondering what is involved in getting a hog mounted for your home. Here's some information to help you get started.
There are plenty of articles out there to tell you what the best gun for hog hunting is. But we've got an answer that's simpler than most - bring your deer gun.
Deer season starts every October here in Oklahoma. But why should you ever have to wait for deer season to bring home a trophy buck? Wouldn't it be nicer to hunt whenever you felt like it? Hog Wild brings you that opportunity.
There are two ways that you can use your kill from a hunt at Hog Wild. You can turn it into a trophy, or you can eat it.
While you don't often hear about boar as cuisine, you're missing out if you don't at least try putting hog on the dinner table.
Once again we've brought in a new exotic for hunters in search of a unique trophy. Allow us to introduce the Jacob sheep. We'll soon have the Jacob sheep available for hunts, so let's take a look at this very beautiful and desirable exotic.