I'm confused now. Doing some research, it looks like it is always open season on hogs in New Mexico and the only restriction I see is no night hunting. Am I missing something?
If you have any contacts in Oklahoma there's plenty of good hog hunting here. I hunt on a 110 acre piece that belongs to a guy I know from church and it's crawling with them. I killed a sow on Saturday with my new 300 BO build
Last edited by okie_hotrod; 03-21-2017 at 03:56 PM.
The few "HOGS" that are here are in someones corn crib or wearing lipstick. Sometime back a helicopter hunt was done, according to a reliable source, and most of them removed. There may be some near the Oklahoma-Texas panhandle or down in the SE corner of the state. If they, "feral pigs", were in abundance anywhere in New Mexico I would be hunting for them instead of sitting here at this keyboard.
Why would a person have to pay a trespass fee to kill a feral species like a hog? I've never encountered a landowner that would expect me to pay a trespass fee to shoot some coyotes or prairie dogs. I'm sure they are out there, but I have yet to encounter one. They apparently don't want to get rid of them that bad.
"I'll put some whiskey into my whiskey"
There are places here that charge a trespass fee to ride your ATV. Or you can join a club and pay dues and they pay to lease places to go ride your ATV.
Very limited options on just going out for a hike without trespassing on someone's land.
You can always advertise your hog removal services on craigslist.
This one is actually a landowner wanting to bargain for someone doing some work for hog hunting.
That's the plan, hopefully the HPA passes so I don't have to wait a year and pay for the tax stamp to get it.
Yep, took the words right out of my mouth.
Looking at my best friends plates in my driveway right now, love the people and the food, just don't care for the game management regulations and the public lands sentiments Texas won't be getting my hunting dollars.