Although rural Florida is almost overrun with wild hogs, it’s still difficult to bag a hog in Florida’s public wildlife management areas. In the WMAs where hogs are common, access to these areas often requires a quota permit which are limited in number and usually drawn by lottery or in the cases where they are first come first serve, they are often sold-out months in advance.
In WMAs where hogs are not so common, hunting them is a real challenge. Hog signs will be everywhere without a single hog in sight. A willingness to go farther and stay longer than anyone else is often necessary for successful hog hunting.
After two seasons of pursuing wild hogs on public land without… Continue reading