Texas has traditionally been the state known for organized hunts for hogs and exotics, but there are a few good reasons to schedule your next wild boar or exotic hunt in Oklahoma.

We're easier to get to


For those of our hunters who are coming from Kansas and Nebraska, passing on Hog Wild means more than missing out on an excellent selection of hogs and exotics. It means you'll spend three or four more hours on the road, spending that much more money on gas.


Hog Wild is also only about a 30 minute drive from the Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City, if you'd rather fly. By plane, train or automobile, hog hunting in Oklahoma just makes more sense.


We don't charge trophy fees license fees


When hunting hogs and exotics in Texas, you're going to have to pay for a license to do so. On top of that, you have to pay for tags. And on top of that, you have to pay the price of the hunt, hotel, amenities, etc.


On the other hand, Hog Wild doesn't require you to pay any more than the standard price of the hunt. We can include in your price a stay at The Lodge on our property, complete with all hotel amenities as well as a big screen, pool table and other entertainment for after the hunt.


We don't keep the best hogs in a trophy pen


As we've mentioned before, some outfits keep the prized hogs in a separate pen on the property. You have to pay more for these trophy hogs. At Hog Wild, all of the wild boar run free together on the property. This gives you the chance to bag a huge hog for the same price as a smaller one, and it also gives you a more authentic hunting experience.


Better hunts, better affordability and more convenient location


When you look at the big scheme of things, scheduling a hunt in Oklahoma is a no-brainer. Save yourself the extra driving time. Save yourself the money. Have a great time with friends and family by stopping in Oklahoma and hunting at Hog Wild.

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