Services And Pricing

Guided Hog Hunt

Single Night
$250
  • Single Night
  • Night Vision Equipment
  • Boar Hunting Ammo
  • Overnight Lodging
  • Meals
Schedule Hunt

Guided Hog Hunt

Two Nights
$450
  • Two Night Hunt
  • Night Vision Equipment
  • Boar Hunting Ammo
  • Overnight Lodging
  • Meals
Schedule Hunt

Rattlesnake Hunt

No Overnight
$250
  • Safety Tutorial
  • .22 Caliber Weapon
  • .22 Caliber Ammo
  • Overnight Lodging
  • Meals
Schedule Hunt

Hog Eradication

Population Reduction
$TBD
  • Feral hogs can be a big problem and are only getting worse in Texas. We would be happy to help eradicate the hogs in your area. Please contact us for more information on how we can help or to schedule a meeting for review of our services.
Eradicate Hogs

*Thermal equipment use dependent on availability.

Feral Hogs
Feral hogs compete directly with livestock as well as game and non-game wildlife species for food. However, the main damage caused to livestock and wildlife is indirect destruction of habitat and agriculture commodities. Rooting and trampling activity for food can damage agricultural crops, fields, and livestock feeding and watering facilities. Often wildlife feeders are damaged or destroyed. They also destabilize wetland areas, springs, creeks and tanks by excessive rooting and wallowing. In addition to habitat destruction and alteration, hogs can destroy forestry plantings and damage trees. While not active predators, wild hogs may prey on fawns, young lambs, and kid goats. If the opportunity arises, they may also destroy and consume eggs of ground nesting birds, such as turkeys and quail.

Is the meat good to eat?

Yes, meat from feral hogs is extremely tasty and much leaner than pen-raised pork. The meat from older boars may be tougher and rank tasting if not prepared adequately. As with all pork, care should be taken and the meat well cooked. Otherwise, it should be prepared just like market hogs. The slower the meat is cooked, the more tender and tasty it becomes.

Rattlesnakes
Texans pride themselves on their big state, even taking pride in their big rattlesnakes. Only Arizona has more of these venomous critters. Where else can you find “The World’s Largest Rattlesnake Round-up,” with a cook-off to boot? Fried and barbecued rattlesnake aside, you can find live rattlers in every part of Texas. Only three varieties of Texas rattlesnakes usually attack humans. Protect yourself when out walking by wearing boots.

According to the South Texas Poison Center, Texas is home to eight types of rattlesnake. These include the western diamondback rattlesnake, timber rattlesnake, prairie rattlesnake, Mojave rattlesnake, black tail rattlesnake, western rattlesnake and pygmy rattlesnake. It’s the first three that primarily attack people. Rattlesnakes are pit vipers, as are water moccasins and cottonmouths. The STPC estimates that 99 percent of all venomous bites are from pit vipers.

Turkey

If Wild Turkeys could smell, they’d be nearly impossible to hunt.

The eyes and ears of a turkey make it one of the toughest of all Texas game animals. Their vision is the keenest among all Texas game animals. They are especially astute at pinpointing movement and can hone in on noises from a mile away.

Wild Turkey Revival!

A hundred years ago, turkeys almost disappeared from Texas due to unregulated hunting and loss of habitat. Now, thanks to hunter and landowner support, bag limits and a restocking program, they are making a steady comeback.

Coyote
The Coyote is very similar in size to a small German Shepherd and weighs an average of 25 to 40 pounds. It has long, slender legs, a bushy tail with a black tip, and large ears that are held erect. The Coyote’s coat can vary, but it is usually gray or buff-colored. From a close vantage point, there is no mistaking the yellow eyes and black, round pupils. The Coyote is a strong swimmer. It characteristically runs with its tail down instead of horizontally like foxes, or up like wolves and dogs.