Wild Hog Hunting News

Wild Pig Clinic Offered April 30 in Monterey County
The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG), in partnership with Pacific Coast Hunter Education Association, will offer a Wild Pig Hunting Clinic at Fort Hunter Liggett in Monterey County on April 30.
Hog Control a Growing Challenge for Public Land Managers
The phrase "hog wild" has taken on new meaning for managers of public land in Missouri over the past decade. In that time, feral hogs have gone from a rare novelty to an epidemic. Hunters provide a bright spot in the picture, but even their help is a mixed blessing.
Deer, Bear and Boar Archery Seasons Open October 16
The 2004 West Virginia big game archery seasons open on Saturday, October 16, 2004 offering some of the best deer and bear hunting opportunities in the eastern United States, according to Curtis I. Taylor, Chief of the Division of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Section. Approximately 150,000 bowhunters will take to the woods and fields.
2004 Joice Island Pig Hunt Draw
The California Department of Fish and Game will be holding a limited-entry, permit-only pig hunt to control a small population of wild pigs on the Joice Island Unit of Grizzly Island Wildlife Area in Solano County. Joice Island is a 2150-acre wetland area consisting of thick cattails, tules, some brush and standing water.
No Wild Boar Application Required
West Virginia hunters will no longer be required to submit applications to hunt wild boar, according to Curtis I. Taylor, Chief of the Division of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Section. The wild boar gun season has been changed to one week, October 27 – November 1, 2003. The season is open to residents only and hunters must still purchase a Class P in advance.