Georgia

How To Hunt Wild Boar In Georgia

Bond Swamp in Georgia is a great place to take wild boar

Resident License: Yes, $10.00 per year to hunt wild pig

Non-Resident License: Yes, $100  for an annual license, or $20 for a 3 day pass

Resident Tag Fee: No tag required

Non-Resident Tag Fee: No Tag Required

Limit: No Limit

Season: Hog hunting can be done year round. Regulations follow the current seasons weapons restrictions. For example, During small game season, hogs may be taken with small game weapons

Legal Method of Take: Any legal equipment for the particular season for other species.

Dogs: Dog-feral hog hunting opportunities: Beaverdam, Big Hammock, Cohutta, Chattahoochee, Cooper’s Creek, and Warwoman WMAs will offer quota dog-feral hog hunts this season.

Night Time Hunting: Not on public land, but wild pigs may be taken with lights on private land in Georgia.

Baiting: No

Summary: Georgia has a growing wild pig population, and has been quite a problem for some land owners. Hunting wild pigs in Georgia is quite affordable, to not just residents, but to non-residents as well. $ 20.00 gets a 3 day Non- Resident license to bag as many feral pigs you can find. For more information, check out the Georgia Feral Hog Management link on the bottom of this page to get more information on hog hunting specific to Georgia.


Resources:  

Chattahoochee National Forest in Georgia

One Response to Georgia

  1. Anonymous says:

    You can hunt feral hogs in GA over bait