Wisconsin

Wild Boar Hunting In Wisconsin

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Feral Swine In Wisconsin

Resident License: Small game hunting license is all that is required to hunt feral pigs in Wisconsin, which is $18.00

Non-Resident License: A non-resident small game hunting license is all that is required to hunt wild pig in Wisconsin, which is $85.00 annually, or $55.00 for a 5 day license.

Resident Tag Fee: No tags required to hunt hogs in Wisconsin

Non-Resident Tag Fee: No tags required to hunt hogs in Wisconsin

Limit: No Limit on hog hunting

Season: Open season to hunt wild pigs year round in Wisconsin

Legal Method of Take: Any

Dogs: Yes

Night Time Hunting: Yes

Baiting: Yes

Summary: Hunting wild boar in Wisconsin is a legal way to control the population in the state. Wisconsin considers wild boar  an invasive and destructive species, with little to no restrictions on how to hunt them. The state does ask that you fill out a feral swine harvest report after the hunt, which can be found in the resources section below. most feral swine are found in the south west portion of Wisconsin in Onalaska. (Please check out a detailed map of where feral pigs are in Wisconsin in resources section below)

There is no bag limit on feral pigs. Landowners may shoot feral pigs on their own property without a hunting license. Anyone else can shoot a feral pig as long as they possess a valid small game license, sport license, or patron license and have landowner permission if they are on private land. Wild boar can be hunted day or night.

Resources:

 Wisconsin Feral Swine Report

Wisconsin Map Of Wild Boar Activity

Wisconsin Feral Pig Reporting Form