Bow and Gun Hunts – Hogs Gone Wild has found this works for smaller properties and those with feeding areas that draw hogs out into the open. The time enjoyed with friends and family while eliminating a few hogs is very rewarding. Unless you are extremely fast on the trigger or accurate enough to take out multiple hogs with one shot, one hog per opportunity is average.
Dog Hunts - Hogs Gone Wild has found this works for larger properties with hogs that stay in thick cover. It is an exciting and action packed way to take out a few hogs. This too can be done with a group of friends or family for a good time to be had by all including the dogs. Even though most Hog Dogs are trained, it is a natural thing for these dogs to track & hold the hogs. With a good group of Hog Dogs, ATVs and GPS tracking collars, dog hunting can be an effective way to stick a few squealers !!!
Trapping – Hogs Gone Wild has found this works when taking large quantities of hogs is the most important goal. The down side is you have to be there to run the traps once set and you better have you thinking cap on. Hogs are extremely smart and figure out real quick how to stay away from the traps. You have to constantly change your approach and how you do what you do. A skillful patience trapper can remove large numbers in a relatively short period of time. Using cage traps, pen traps and snares where allowed, trapping hogs can be an effective way to round up rooters. If you need help controlling your hog population contact Hogs Gone Wild!