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Wild Hog Hunt - Northern California -

I have read about Trejons hog hunt and a few of the other ranches that do similar hunts, but all the ones I have seen are in southern CA near LA.

Does anyone know of any ranches in Northern CA a little closer to the Sacramento area that offer something similar, or even any outfitters that offer guided Hog hunts?

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Location: Oklahoma City, OK
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Try these links..

http://www.worldclassoutdoors.com/hog_hunting.htm

http://www.worldclassoutdoors.com/california_hunting.htm

http://www.huntingtripsrus.com/california-hunting.html

http://www.huntersdomain.com/USA~California~Hunting~in~Guide~Outfitters~...

http://huntingtop10.com/outfitters/ca/index.html

http://www.arwhead.com/calhunt/guides.html

There are lots of BLM lands just south of Sac as well as many north. Try the BLM office near you for maps of the public lands. I was lucky and had a friend with land access for hogs. But I put in many a mile on BLM lands before and during that time.

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Wild Hog Hunt - Northern California -

You could try the Dye Creek Game preserve, or Red Bank Ale and Quail. Both up around Red Bluff/ Tehema county. There are several outfiters around Monterey and King City, also I believe ther are a few ranches in Mendocino county. You can always just google "northern california wild boar hunting" or something to along that line and you'll get several hits.

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Location: Paso Robles
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Check out Fort hunter ligget, Camp Roberts, and Los Padres National forest. I know los padres holds on the Creston entrance side. Also know a lady who charges 200bucks a day for private land bow hunt only outside of Paso Robles.

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New to this website forum, but I am truly interested in doing some nothern CA pig hunting. I would like to tag along with anyone going out to see how it is done and where to go.

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Location: California Delta
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FHL GPS Maps

If you are willing to put up with a little government red tape, Fort Hunter Liggett is the best. I have mapped all the FHL Training Areas, and posted them at my WebPages. Here is the link:

http://www.geocities.com/trail_cam/

Fort Hunter Liggett is an active Army Fort, so Hunting is only available in Training Areas where training is not scheduled for that weekend. On Thursday afternoon you can check this link to find out what areas will be open that weekend:

http://www.liggett.army.mil/sites/fishhunt/

Richard

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Location: calif.
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richard Thumbs up nice maps of ligget

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Blacktailer805 wrote:
Check out Fort hunter ligget, Camp Roberts, and Los Padres National forest. I know los padres holds on the Creston entrance side. Also know a lady who charges 200bucks a day for private land bow hunt only outside of Paso Robles.

Since I moved here 13 years ago, I have been taking them out of the Los Padres sometimes 3-4 a year, lots of scouting and prep.

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target hogs lets get a pack of us and go gets some hogs Thumbs up

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pig shot with my 30-30 marlin 120 yrds Thumbs up

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