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.
We get several calls from customers who’ve booked trips to The Lodge at Hog Wild and aren’t sure what they need to bring.
What better gift to give to your hunting buddy than a gift certificate to a hunt at Hog Wild? Now you can! We have gift certificates on sale just in time for Christmas.
We like to think that hunting wild boar is a fun and challenging task. But as with anything, there are plenty of myths about hunting hogs. We're going to cover three of these myths and explain why, at least at Hog Wild, these myths aren't based on the truth.
If you’re one of the many hunters looking forward to spending a Spring weekend at Hog Wild, you might want to set aside some of the things you’ll need to bring when that day comes. Some of these items are necessities, others are good-to-haves. Make sure that you’re prepared for anything before you make the trip here.