Wild Boar Hunting Regulations In Montana
Resident License: None needed
Non-Resident License: None needed
Resident Tag Fee: No tag required
Non-Resident Tag Fee: No Tag Required
Limit: No Limit
Legal Method of Take: Any
Night Time Hunting: As a nuisance species, it is likely there would be no hunting regulations, so issues like hunting at night, hunting with dogs, allowable weapons, etc. would fall under local government regulations and landowner restrictions
Baiting: There is no baiting allowed in Montana for feral pig.
Trapping: Movement and release of feral hogs is prohibited, but there are no regulations on trapping wild hogs.
Summary: Currently there are no established populations of feral hogs in Montana. If they did establish is Montana, it is likely they would not be a game animal, but rather would be classified as an invasive species.