Russian Boar Hunting

razorback wild boar One of the things most hunters don't understand about the Russian Wild Boar is that they are experts at concealment and they have a nose better than any of the deer species.

There are many ways to find the bedding and feeding areas of wild boar. The first is to look for wallows on the ground. These are areas where the boar have wallowed the earth out to make cool damp bedding areas. The number and size of these indentions in the ground will indicate if your trophy is visiting the area.

Another sign to look for are rubs. Wild hogs will always rub down the sides of trees to relieve themselves of parasites and to mark their territory. So if you see several trees in an area with dirty rubs 28 to 40 inches off the ground you know there's a big boar in the area.

The great thing about wild (russian, ravorback or herral hog) hunting is you can do it year round. There is no season on hog hunting in Tennessee. That means you can enjoy trophy boar hunting in the winter or you can test your skills during the summer months. Many of our hunts will use a wild boar hunt in the off season to develop their bow skills and prepare them for the upcoming deer seasons.

No matter your reasons or skill level, wild boar hunting can be an exciting addition to your hunting lineup. Many of our hunters tell us that out of every mount in their trophy room, the wild boar always gets the most attention.

Give us a call today at Wilderness Hunting Lodge to find to find more information on one of the fast growing type of hunts in America. Our wild boar populations are strictly managed with Russian and Razorback stock.

Don't forget when you hunt wild boar you are not only getting a cool mount for your trophy room but you also get a freezer full of great meat.


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