Wild Pig

Season: Year Long

• 2 Day Hunt
• For Beginners to Advanced Hunters
• Guarantee Opportunity of Shot
• No Hidden Fees
• Field Dress & Skinning
• Snacks, Drinks provided
• Transportation in the Field

Solo Hunter

$2000
  • Per Hunter
  • Gratuity Not Included

2-8 Hunters

$1500
  • Per Hunter
  • Gratuity Not Included

Hunt Details

This is a 2 day fully guided and outfitted hunt on the beautiful central coast of California. Covering multiple ranches of greatly managed ground totaling over 40,000 acres. Hunters can expect to see a number of pigs a day that range in weight from 150 pounds to some that will exceed 300 pounds.

Terrain varies from open oaks, barley fields, rolling hills, dense brush, pine forest, deep and steep canyons, and everything in between.

We can accommodate all skill and fitness levels.

Weekend hunts are Friday evening to Sunday morning or Saturday morning to Sunday evening and weekday day hunts are Tuesday afternoon to Thurday morning.

Prices & Policies

$1500 per hunter (two to eight hunters)

Junior hunters (12-16) are discounted to $1,250 when hunting with an adult hunter who purchased a hunt as well.

$1200 for a single hunter

Non-hunter ride along fee is $200 per person. (16 and under ride for free)

Wounded Animal Policy – If you wound an animal, it counts as your harvest, and your hunt will end. If the first animal is wounded and not recovered, you may purchase an additional pig for $1000.

**** Not currently offering additional harvests

Wounded Animal Policy – Any wounded animal counts as your harvest and your hunt will be finished.

****$100 Discount for All Veterans & Military.

****Canceled hunts that want their deposits refunded need to cancel prior to 30 days before the hunt, inside 30 days to the hunt deposit is not refunded. 

What To Expect

Hunters can expect to be out in the field approximately 30 minutes before legal shooting light and be out of the field a few minutes after legal shooting light with a break for lunch in the middle of the day.

We typically get on vantage points and glass to spot pigs and then stalk accordingly. We may also sit near water or along game trails to still hunt, with the hopes of catching movement early or late in the day when pigs are moving from feeding and bedding areas.

In the later morning and early afternoon we cover shaded slopes with oaks or brush to spot pigs bedded during the day. Where then we can get into position for a successful harvest.

You can expect shots to be anywhere from 50 yards to 250 yards or 20 yards to 60 yards with archery equipment.

LVO Success

What is Included

• Guarantee Opportunity of Shot Within Shooting Distance
• Opportunity for one pig per hunter
• Two mornings and two evenings of hunting
• Transportation to and from the field
• Drinks and snacks while in the field
• Field dressing and care of your trophy
• Transportation of the meat to a local butcher, if needed.

What to bring

• Valid California hunting license
• Valid California pig tag(s)
• Archery equipment or rifle (.243 caliber or larger) 
• Non-lead Ammunition for Rifle
• Hiking boots
• Warm jacket
• Binoculars for glassing