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Black Creek has a problem with wild hogs. The wild hog population has exploded here and we need your help to try and keep their numbers down to a minimum. These hogs destroy our fields, roads and crops.
As one of the smartest animals on the planet, wild hogs represent one of our most exciting hunts. Although hogs do not possess great eyesight, they have a keen sense of smell and very fiery attitude. Because they are so elusive, we have recently started baiting hoping to make them easier to harvest.
There are no limits on size or number. This is the most inexpensive hunt we offer. Hog hunts are offered every weekend February through September.
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The Office of Animal Health and Food Safety protects the livestock industry from theft and animal diseases through prevention, diagnosis, eradication and other measures. Additionally, the office is responsible for protecting the food chain, public health and general welfare of Louisiana citizens by ensuring meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, fruits, vegetables and their products are properly identified, labeled, inspected and accurately graded.
High Adventure Ranch encourages hunters to go for the truly impressive kill. Hunters are free to take the hog of their choice, but we discourage killing Russian Boar under 200 pounds and Razorback Hogs under 150 pounds. Most boar hunters who have been to our ranch find our philosophy of hunting wild boar far more exciting and rewarding than anything they have experienced before.
Oxferd Outfitter is a family-owned and operated outfitter since 2003 offering affordable Whitetail Deer Hunts, Wild Hog Hunts, Rio Grande Turkey Hunts, Dove Hunts, Duck Hunts, Upland Bird Hunts, Youth Hunts and Bow Hunts.
We care that you as the hunter have a great experience hunting and lodging with us. It's very important to us that you have a great time and make lasting memories. Why hunt with Oxferd Outfitter?
- We have access to Thousands of acres of private hunting land
- We manage and enhance 7 ranches in Texas
- We run feeders year-round and manage trail cameras on each feeder location on each ranch
- Our hunts are free-range and fair-chase
- Our staff puts themselves in the hunter's shoes doing what's needed in the field to maintain a healthy herd of deer, hogs and Rio Grande Turkey
You won't find another outfitter that loves and cares about your hunt like we do! We truly care that you as a hunter have a great time and have success.
Since feral hogs are considered a nuisance species, there is a continuous open season with no bag limit. Feral hogs can be killed at night and over bait, although extreme caution should be exercised when doing so to ensure compliance with other laws, regulations and local ordinances. The minimum .23 caliber restriction for big game does not apply to designated nuisance species in Virginia; however, common sense should dictate the caliber of choice to match the size and construction of an animal being harvested. An adult feral hog can be heavier than a mature white-tailed deer and is structurally a much tougher animal. Local firearm ordinances apply to the hunting of nuisance species. It is always a hunter’s responsibility to know the applicable local firearm ordinances. You will need a hunting license in order to hunt nuisance species, and the cased gun law remains in effect for all National Forest lands and Wildlife Management Areas (see under “Firearms” section here).