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Texas Hog Bait is in the business of making your hog hunting and trapping efforts successful and making sure you look good doing it.

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Texas

Texas has the highest population of feral hogs in the United States. A truly dangerous and destructive species, the estimated 3 million wild pigs in Texas inflict over $500 million in annual damage. For this reason, the State of Texas actively encourages hog hunting with minimal restrictions. For more: Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission

Florida

Florida is second only to Texas with a relatively stable feral hog population of over half a million. The highest densities of wild hogs in Florida are in the large forested areas North and West of Lake Okeechobee where the conditions are favorable and public access is limited. For more: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Georgia

Georgia not only has a wild pig population over a half million, but also produces some of the largest feral hogs on record. Remeber Hogzilla from 2014? The state’s hog hunting regulations are friendly while virtually non-existant while the population grows by 15-20 percent annually. For more: Georgia Wildlife Resources Divsion

Arkansas

Feral hogs wreak havoc on Arkansas agriculture to the tune of $30-50 million in annual damage to the state. By 2013, the problem forced the Arkansas General Assembly to pass Act 1104, which prohibits the possession, sale, and transport of live feral hogs, to mitigate population growth. For more: Arkansas Game & Fish Commission