Wild Boar can be found in the Bruneau Valley in Idaho. This is the Bruneau river that flows through the valley, giving wild hogs their necessary water source.

How To Hunt Wild Boar In Idaho 

Resident License: $12.75

Non-Resident License: $154.75

Resident Tag Fee: No tag required

Non-Resident Tag Fee: No Tag Required

Limit: No Limit

Season: Unregulated

Legal Method of Take: Any

Dogs: Yes

Night Time Hunting: No

Baiting: Yes

Summary: There is a definite hunting population of Wild Boar in Idaho. The Fish and Game Department does not regulate wild boar, and does not consider them wildlife. While feral hogs are unregulated, you do need to adhere to general hunting regulations, and have a valid hunting license.

Wild Boar can be hunted in the Bruneau Valley in Southern Idaho. There are many confirmed sightings of feral hogs there. The best spots to find them are along the Bruneau and Snake Rivers. The wild pig numbers increase each year since their first sighting in 2007. The Idaho Fish and Game Department will say that they have no known populations of wild boar, but since they don’t regulate wild boar, those statements are just hopeful.


3 Responses to Idaho

  1. Ryan says:

    how many feral pigs are estimated to be in this area of Idaho at this time?

  2. If you kill them and want to sell the meat were would you go to do so?