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100% Free-Range

Texas Hog Hunting


With a true dedication to the removal of wild hogs, Prone Outfitters represents the best of Texas hog hunting: No limits, no hidden fees, and 100% free-range hunts. Alongside seasoned guides, you can take part in the most effective methods of hog hunting in Texas, and gain first-hand experience as to why Prone Outfitters’ clients return year after year.

Wild hog skulls lined up on back of pickup truck. After math of Prone Outfitters Texas Hog Hunting

After 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.

Stamford, Texas

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.

Don’t skip the important stuff!

Learn the truth about Texas hog hunting by using the tabs above and below this paragraph. Once you’ve prepared yourself, scroll down to learn more about both of Prone’s hog hunting packages.

The Real

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. 

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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Texas Hog Hunts!


per person, per day

$250

Stand/Feeder Hog Hunting

per person, per day

$550

Thermal Hog Hunting

Stand and Feeder Hog Hunts


“As one of the most successful hog hunting guides on the planet, I will tell you that Stand and Feeder Hog Hunts are the MOST inefficient form of pig hunting that exists.”

— CLAY HERZOG: Owner of Prone Outfitters —

How it Works

Prone Outfitters will give its best effort on this Texas hog hunt, and we’ve killed hundreds of pigs doing this. However, this is NOT a guaranteed hunt! We will sit you in a blind and feeder during optimal hunting times. Optimal hunting is typically late evening and night. Prone has provided this hunt for over seven years, and morning hunts are about 10% successful, which is why we avoid them.

 

A Prone Outfitters guide will provide you with a red light and sit you in a blind where you can hunt from late evening to a time of your choosing. Your guide will recommend a pick-up time based on recent movement and game camera pictures. If you’d like to hunt until morning, you are welcome to do so.

As a final note… We LIVE on the top 1% of pig ground in the country. An unsuccessful Stand and Feeder hog hunt is NOT because of poor preparation, lack of effort, or over-hunting the land.

Spot and Stalk

Thermal Hog Hunting


Prone Outfitters Thermal Hog Hunts combine a target-rich environment with a style of hog hunting sure to keep your adrenaline pumping! With an average shot distance of 35 yards, even the most seasoned hunters have a hard time keeping their composure. 

How it Works

Along with unlimited predators and small varmints, this Texas hog hunt is unlike any fully-guided experience available. 

What to Bring

Texas Hog Hunting


Aside from wind direction, quiet clothing is the single MOST IMPORTANT factor when within 100 yards. If you want to be successful from close quarters, which is the entire idea of this style of hog hunting, DO NOT bring clothing that makes noise. Summer time will be 75+ degrees at night. Throughout all other seasons, you should be prepared for warm and cold weather. Camouflage is welcome but not necessary.

***Double-up on hoodies and long underwear before you bring a loud jacket or pants!!!***

Rifles

With minimal amounts of wind, and/or taking out large boars, rifles with low-power scopes have proven to be an extremely effective weapon. Semi-Autos are welcome, but controlled shooting will be enforced!!!

  • 30 Caliber or Larger
  • Low Power Sights

Shotguns

With wind of 10+ mph, shotguns can do some major damage as well. If we can get two or three hunters within 30 yards of a group of 20 pigs, something is going to die, and typically it won’t just be one. **Not recommended on Stand/Feeder Hog Hunt**

  • 00 Buckshot
  • Slugs
  • Hybrid Buckshot/Slugs
  • Low Power or Open Sights
  • Extension Tubes are Neat

Pistol and Bow

If you want to try your hand at extremely close quarters and uncomfortable situations, we can do this style of hunt with pistol and bow!

*Shin-guards and helmet not supplied*

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We need you as quiet as possible in the field. While these items can all be beneficial, if you do not know how to use them properly they become more of a nuisance than helpful.

  • Gun Light Attachment (White, Red, or Green)
  • Shooting Stick (Mono-pod for moving targets)
  • Small Backpack (If we end up on an hour-long stalk you might want water, more bullets, or your stress ball.)
  • Your own night vision or thermal scopes.