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Wild Hog Hunts

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Hog Hunts Available

Mississippi WILD HOG Hunting 


Each adventure occurs OVERNIGHT !

Rifle w/ night vision scopes (provided)

Fully-guided hunts

One Nighttime Hunt includes:

Safety training

transportation to and from covered stand;

use of night-vision equipment;

TWO hogs 

EXTRAS available: 

additional hogs 

suppressor hunt



Hog hunt prices

Prices and Extras


One Nighttime Adventure:  $500

(Ranch rifle w/Ranch night vision scope)

or $400 

(Hunter's own rifle w/ hunter's night vision scope)

Arrive 5 PM; depart 5 AM next morning

Includes one night of hunting, taking 2 hogs and guide services


Additional hogs $100 each

Ranch rifle w/night vision & suppressor:  $100

Game-cleaning: $40 each

Lodging: $100 per night

CONSECUTIVE Friday and Saturday night HUNTS: $900

Arrive 6 PM Friday night; depart 6 AM Sunday

Includes taking 4 hogs, guide services, lodging, meals, and fishing (bring equipment)

Hog hunting dates

Hog Hunts - Available Dates


Call Mark now to book: 601-692-3224

Saturday, Feb 20  BOOKED

Friday, Feb 26;       Saturday, Feb 27

Friday, March 5;     Saturday, March 6

Break for Turkey Season (booked)

Friday, April 23;       Saturday, April 24

Friday, April 30;       Saturday, May 1

Friday, May 7;         Saturday, May 8

Friday, May 14;       Saturday, May 15

Friday, May 21;       Saturday, May 22

Friday, May 28;       Saturday, May 29

Friday, June 4;        Saturday, June 5

Friday, June 11;      Saturday, June 12

Friday, June 18;      Saturday, June 19

Friday, June 25  BOOKED     Saturday, June 26

Friday, July 2;        Saturday, July 3

Friday, July 9;        Saturday, July 10

Friday, July 16;      Saturday, July 17

Friday, July 23;      Saturday, July 24

Friday, July 30;      Saturday, July 31

Friday, August 6;      Saturday, August 7

Friday, August 13;    Saturday, August 14

Friday, August 20;    Saturday, August 21

Friday, August 27;    Saturday, August 28

Friday, September 3;       Saturday, September 4

Friday, September 10;     Saturday, September 11

Friday, September 17;     Saturday, September 18

Friday, September 24;     Saturday, September 25

Hog hunting details

Hog Hunting Details

Details about our hog hunts

Hunters are requested to have supper before arriving at the Ranch.  Water and snacks will be available, but no meals will be served for one-night-only hunters.  Upon each hunter's arrival, after balance payment, we will discuss the Safety Guidelines and sign Safety and Liability forms.

Hunters will be schooled in the operation of our rifles with night vision equipment.  Hunters will demonstrate understanding and proper weapon handling at the range, located on-site.  

Our guides will transport hunters to covered, baited stands.  We monitor the game cameras frequently to ensure successful hunts.

If you bring your own rifle with night vision, you may hunt alone on our stands.  Hunters who use our rifles w/ night vision must be accompanied by a full-time guide.

The feeders are equipped with motion-sensors that emit a small light signal to alert the hunter when hogs are present. Once the motion-sensor signals that game is present,  the hunter then turns on the night vision scope to verify, aim, and shoot.  HEAD SHOTS ONLY - we do not track wounded hogs at night due to safety reasons.  If no hogs are detected at the baited stands, hunters with guides may tour the area in vehicles for signs and activity of hogs.  Again, head shots are required for successful harvest.  

After the game is harvested, the hunter & guide will load up the hogs and  return to the Lodge.  Hunters are welcome to clean their own game; Guides will clean game for a fee (paid directly to the guide).  

NOTE:  Since wild hogs are migratory, it is possible hog presence may not be detected on a given night.  Hunters are welcome to shoot coyotes during any hunt (in addition to hogs).  Hunters may also take beavers or other non-regulated game.  Of course, no turkey or deer out of season, no owls, no hawks, no buzzards, no fox, nor raccoons are allowed. 

Mississippi requires a Non-Resident Game hunting license for stalking hogs:  Visit the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks for information.  


We manage our property for timber, cattle, and wildlife, working toward "a livestock and wildlife paradise."  We are happy to answer your questions regarding our practices.