Hog hunting is rapidly growing throughout the U.S., and for good reason. With a population continually on the rise, these invasive beasts cause widespread damage to crops and transmit harmful diseases.
Luckily for us, the rapid growth of these creatures is creating opportunities for hunters across the country. This overabundance means that there’s no reason not to get after a few hogs this year.
<h2>Missouri</h2>Largely regarded for its trophy bucks, Missouri’s hog hunting is about as good as it gets in the Midwest. There are no bag limits or special permits required, except during turkey and deer seasons. <p></p> Many counties across the state have a sizeable hog population, but your best bet for success will be in the southern portion of the state along waterways, with more active populations around the Ozarks and Devil’s Backbone Wilderness area.