Feral pigs in Wisconsin are condered to be a non-native, exotic species that pose a significant threat to the environment and agricultural operations. They may be hunted by anyone with a valid small game license as long as they have the permission of the landowner where they intend to hunt.
Landowners may shoot feral pigs on their own property without a license.
Is there anyone willing to take me with him for any pig hunting?
I'd love to learn how to hunt those anymals but haven't really see them in Wisconsin. Would any one teach me where to get them? Or is there any farmer who suffers from pig population but don't want to do the job himself?
About me - I am new to hunting, but been around firearms for a while. Totally responsible guy. Also, I'm OK to just go with you to learn if you don't want me to participate in hunting and I promise I will never return to your hunting spots.
We all take every precaution when we are hunting and harvesting our animal. Well, what about after the animal is down? Do we know what has happened to that animal over it's lifetime? The following is an example of why we should be careful when we cut.
2 years ago, my father shot a nice 8 point on opening morning of the rifle season in Vermont. It was a beautiful, 2 1/2 year old deer, looked really healthy and moved normally. When my father went to skin it for...