$250 per hog
Additional hogs available
Morning Hunts (6am – 10am)
Afternoon Hunts (3pm – 7pm)
- Tree Stand
- Spot and Stalk
- Ground Blind
Ready To Go Hunting? To Book A Guide Call 1-866-213-2474 or (863) 824-3474 or
Hog Processing and Taxidermy
- Your guide will clean the hog into quarters as well as cape out the trophy to allow for taxidermy work. There is a $50 capping fee.
- Should you want further processing of the meat the guide will setup a local butcher shop to meet all your needs.
- Should you want to mount your trophy your guide can help you take care of this as well.
What to Bring
- Bug Spray
- Cooler (to take meat home in)
- Long Sleeve shirts and pants
- Jacket (light and heavy, depending on the weather)
- Water proof boots
- Hampton Inn
1200 FL 70, Okeechobee, FL 34972
- Travel Lodge
1527 SE 14th Terrace, Okeechobee, FL 34974
1 (800) 545-6343
The wild pig (Sus scrofa), also called the wild hog, wild boar or feral pig, is not a Florida native and may have been introduced by Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto as early as 1539.
They occur in all of Florida’s 67 counties within a wide variety of habitats, but prefer oak-cabbage palm hammocks, freshwater marshes and sloughs and pine flatwoods. Wild pigs can reach weights of more than 150 pounds and be 5-6 feet long. They usually travel in small family groups or alone.
Wild pigs are omnivorous (eating all kinds of foods, both plants and animals) and feed by rooting with their broad snouts. They may cause disturbance of the soil and ground cover vegetation and leave the area looking like a plowed field.
Trying to prevent wild pigs from coming onto your property is usually futile, but adequate fencing can keep them out of small yards and gardens. On private property, nuisance pigs may be trapped using pens with trap doors and baited with acorns or old corn.
Wild pigs are legally defined as wildlife and are the second-most popular, large animal hunted in Florida (second only to the white-tailed deer).
On private property with landowner permission, wild pigs may be trapped and hunted year round using any legal to own rifle, shotgun, crossbow, bow or pistol. There is no size or bag limit, and you may harvest either sex. Also, no hunting license is required. A gun and light at night permit is not required to take wild hogs with a gun and light on private lands with landowner permission.