Texas Hog Hunting
There is no guide service in the country that can compete with the quality and consistency of Prone Outfitters’ Texas hog hunting.
With years of experience and thousands of harvests, Prone’s clients have likely killed more FREE-RANGE wild hogs from the ground than any outfit in existence.
What Defines Quality
Hog Hunting in Texas?
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Prone Outfitters sets no limit on how many pigs you can kill. It’s real hog hunting, not a PETA convention!
Prone hunts 100% free-range wild hogs! Fenced in pig hunts do nothing to actually help solve the wild hog problem.
Wild hogs shouldn’t have an extra price tag just because of their size. With Prone, you are purchasing a service, not a limited number of trapped pigs under 50 lbs.
Part-time guides and outfitting services fill the Texas hog hunting market. Prone’s team loves what they do, and because hunting is our full-time job, we spend countless hours in the field preparing for your arrival.
Our best hog property is a working cattle ranch that covers over 5,500 acres in North Texas. Large wheat and soybean fields, massive amounts of water, tons of cover, and a hefty supply of cattle feed put this hog ground in the top 1% in the country.
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Wild Hog Problem
Though some claim to be the “Best Hog Hunting Outfitters in Texas”, read more below as we unravel the misinformation that has flooded the Texas hog hunting market.
Wild Hog Population
With an estimated population of over 4 million, wild hogs have likely traveled every ranch in Texas. That does not mean those properties are fit to sustain a consistent wild hog population. Such is the main reason most Texas outfits have moved to fenced in operations.
Through our own research, we've found that over 85% of Texas hog outfitters hunt inside of cages or "hog-proof" areas. These pigs are trapped, released from a trailer, then sold to you in a WILD hog hunting package. Many beg for help, then release another trailer load onto their own property.
Harvest limits and trophy fees consume this industry. Texas hog hunting should be focused on solving the problem rather than employing methods discouraging maximum removal.
Small properties lead to inconsistent success rates and short hunt times. If property size isn't displayed, assume high-fence or minimal property. Just how many guided hog hunts can one run on a 600 acre property?
Along with the QDMA, Prone feels the transportation and release of live feral hogs should be banned, and ask that you do not contribute to the madness!
If you want real hog hunting in Texas, book your hunt with an industry leader trusted by thousands of hunters across the country. Texas hog hunting isn’t our hobby; it’s how we make our living. It’s after dinner and before we put on our blood-stained jammies.
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