North Dakota

Can You Hunt Wild Boar In North Dakota

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Resident License: It is illegal to hunt wild boar in North Dakota

Non-Resident License: It is illegal to hunt wild boar in North Dakota

Resident Tag Fee: No tag required in North Dakota

Non-Resident Tag Fee: No Tag Required in North Dakota

Limit: It is illegal to hunt wild boar in North Dakota

Season: Unregulated

Legal Method of Take: It is illegal to hunt wild boar in North Dakota

Dogs: It is illegal to hunt wild boar in North Dakota

Night Time Hunting: No

Baiting: No

Summary: There are no known populations of feral hogs in North Dakota as of yet. It is illegal to hunt wild boar in North Dakota. The closest wild pig hunting would be in Oklahoma, or take a flight to Texas. Persons are asked to report any feral hog sightings to either the USDA: Wildlife Services, ND Game and Fish Department or the State Board of Animal Health. If your interested in the laws pertaining to feral swine, please check resource section below.

Resources:

North Dakota Fish and Game Department

Feral Hog Laws In North Dakota