Hog Hunting Helicopter Excursion

Texas Hog Hunting by helicopter is not just hunting for sport. It is an elimination program to rid Texas of feral hogs! Concerned about the ethics? Check out this discussion: www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2014/02/foghorn/ethics-shooting-hogs-helicopters/

Helicopter Hog Hunting has grown to be a critical tool in fighting the overpopulation of Texas feral hogs, which account for more than hundreds of thousands of dollars of destruction every year to our regional Texas farms and ranches. Not only are we doing a tremendous service to the ranch and farm populations here in Texas, but it has swiftly emerged as one of the most inquired hunting experiences in the world, and we by chance are located smack in the heart of the greatest state for hunting feral hogs. Technically “hog depredation,” really.

Texas Helicopter Hog Hunting

Allow us the chance to put you above feral hogs and overpopulated coyotes to preserve farms and ranches – while becoming an absolute blast. Helicopter Hog Hunts in the great State of Texas are unique fun and can be a treat family, friends, or even corporate clients.

We endeavor to provide the top helicopter pig hunting in Texas, with the most helicopters to choose from, more land to hunt, and we regularly have hogs to hunt! ¬†We offer a Charter Service to help our clients with logistics so that you don’t have to worry about getting to and from your hog hunt.

Thanks to the passing of HB 716, we now provide local, out-of-state, and foreign guests the chance to shoot and kill feral hogs from a helicopter. These wild hogs have been deemed a threat to the environment, and we invite you to take part in protecting our beautiful state. With that being said, please keep in mind that we hunt on working ranches and farms, so it is crucial that we respect the land, our neighbors, and their property at all times.

A valid TX hunting license is required to participate in the Hog Hunting by Helicopter trip. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department offers various hunting licenses available online. Texas residents need at minimum the Type 101 Resident Hunting License, and out-of-state or international guests need at minimum the Type 157 Non-resident 5-Day Special Hunting License.