Depends on what kind of hunting you like to do. If you like to spot and stalk then I think Central California can't be beat. Big hogs (to 500 lbs) in fairly open oak foothills, perfect for spot and stalk. If you want some wild action with dogs and spears/ knives etc. then you can't beat the South (Tenn.). It just depends on what you're looking for. As far as guides there are plenty to be found, and prices can vary greatly.
Hawaii is better! The pigs tend to come out in the evening so, you can go out surfing in the morning then go pig hunting in the afternoon. Plus the pigs here are not really big so there isn't as much work getting them out.
Just kidding! In my own opinion, after reading the many posts, every place seems to have its own charm.
January: Last years Season has ended.Time to start focusing on next year's season. You will need to find out what bucks might still be alive that made it through the last years hunting season. After the hunting season sometimes bucks and does might leave your area and go to another traditional winter yarding area. But they will return to the area around late February early march to spend the rest of their summer there. At this time of year, the use of scouting cameras will be the tool in...