How To Hunt Wild Boar In Kansas
Resident License: $20.50, but no license is needed to hunt wild boar on your own property.
Non-Resident License: $72.50, but illegal to hunt wild boar unless you are a hog removal service with landowners permission and a permit from the state to remove hogs in Kansas.
Resident Tag Fee: No tag required as it is illegal to hunt wild boar in Kansas
Non-Resident Tag Fee: No tag required as it is illegal to hunt wild boar in Kansas
Limit: No limit as it is illegal to hunt hogs in Kansas except to remove them on your own property
Season: No Season
Legal Method of Take: It is illegal to hunt feral hogs in Kansas unless you are the land owner, or a hog removal service that has a permit to remove hogs on private property. You may use any method of take to eradicate wild boar from your property
Dogs: Yes, on your property only
Night Time Hunting: Yes, on your own property only, unless you are a hog removal service with a permit to remove hogs from another property.
Baiting: It is illegal to bait hogs in Kansas unless you are hunting them on your own property
Summary: Kansas has a zero tolerance policy regarding feral hogs. You are not allowed to hunt them on public land, and you cannot hunt them on private property unless it is your own property to remove or eradicate the pigs. If you own a hog removal service, and have a state permit, you may remove feral pig on private property. While there have been numerous sightings of wild boar in Kansas, after an extensive removal and eradication efforts by the state, Kansas has limited those numbers. It will be interesting to see how effective this statewide removal will be in the next coming years. Kansas has a lot of rural land, and fields of crops that are very attractive to wild boars. It will be a tough battle for sure.
Wild Boar Locations In Kansas: Wild pigs have been trapped and seen in south-west Kansas as well as northern Kansas near the Nebraska border. Kansas counties where wild pigs can be found are Barber, Bourbon, Cowley, Elkhart, Morton and Douglas Counties. Kansas is a transitional migrating state for wild boar, and will continue to see growth in the future. The best place to find Kansas wild pig is in Bourbon County near the Missouri border.