I have the questions and I know plenty of you out there have the answers. Frist off I just spent about 40 minutes searching past posts so I apologize if this has already been discussed in a post from time past.
Here is what I got. I've got a group of 4-8 hunters who all live in northern Mn and in february we are wanting to get out of the cold and do some hunting. We thought a Florida hog hunting trip would be relatively cheap, since we aren't rich by no means, and I have a relative in tampa we could stay with. Here are my questions. Also we are all pretty independant archers so no guides, dogs, etc...
IS there a list of private land owners, farmers, orchards etc that want hunters to come shoot hogs that wouldn't cost us an arm and a leg.
I've read in different places that there are and aren't liscense to take hogs. is it only on WMA's we need a liscense? IS out of state liscense expensive?
Hog hunting is year around correct?
If we did end up hunting public land what are the hog populations usually like within 100ml of tampa? If public land hog hunting isn't very good then me may not have a choice but to buy hunting rights from an outfitter.
Last question is there anyone on this forum who has land and would be interested in barding a price for 4-8 or knows of a good spot in that area of FL that we could try out.
The problem is we really don't have the time to both come down to FL and scout for a place and then hunt, have to be back for work. So my scouting will have to be mainly online so if you have any resources that I could hook up with I would greatly appreciate it. Also does wild hog taste anything like domestic pork?