SOUTH FLORIDA TROPHY BOAR HUNTING ON YOUR BIRTHDAY!

   The hunt started on a warm April Florida day with a south Florida couple hunting for trophy boar for a birthday present that will never be forgotten. It was around 4pm with little hog movement on the ranch due to the Florida warm weather, when we saw a couple of nice size wild boars drinking at the flag pond, it was our first sign that the hog hunting volume was going to turn up. We moved in and out of the large Florida oaks walking slowly from a hog feeding station to other hog wallows in the mud, and we're starting to see more and more hogs.     Then the hogs started getting bigger and bigger with a pack of five sow hogs walking within 20 yards of a hunting stand. Our Florida hog-hunting guide said its time to move towards the open hunting fields, because sometimes we see giant trophy boars crossing the fields at this time. While walking to the field we saw a 300 plus pound sow, and two other boars that went around 200 pounds fighting in among the Florida palmettos. It sounded like a train wreck with cars filled with fighting hogs. We never got an open shot on either boar, to much hog cover. Our hog guide kept moving towards the big field telling us that the time was right to be on the field with the big water hole.   We finally got to the big hunting field and saw a ton of game flowing in from the Florida oaks and palmettos. Axis deer, black bucks, bison, and other exotics were coming out of the woodwork. Holly crap our hog guides says. We were like what, what, there's a giant boar chasing a sow. After our hog guide threw up the hog shooting sticks and pointed my rifle at him, I was not sure if it was a baby bison or a giant boar. It was at 180 yards and you could see his cutters, wow. I could not get my hunting heart under control. The next thing I hear after the giant trophy boar stopped was shoot, shoot, off goes my gun, and I'm not sure I hit the monster boar or not, then my hog guide is yelling shoot him again, shoot him again. I shoot again, seeing the bullet shake the big boars hide. Finally down he goes, and off to the hog races we go running to him. There we were on the best birthday I ever had, standing over a 400 plus pound monster trophy boar with 5 inch cutters.   He looked like a small hairy bison with tusks. As we were taking photos of the big boar, and trying to get help to load him, I said to my hog guide that there was only one problem, I didn't bring enough wrapping paper.  
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Florida Hog Hunting Guides 1 hour south of Tampa or 1 hour north of fort Myers. 1-863-546-0697
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SOUTH FLORIDA TROPHY BOAR

HUNTING ON YOUR BIRTHDAY!

   The hunt started on a warm April Florida day with a south Florida couple hunting for trophy boar for a birthday present that will never be forgotten. It was around 4pm with little hog movement on the ranch due to the Florida warm weather, when we saw a couple of nice size wild boars drinking at the flag pond, it was our first sign that the hog hunting volume was going to turn up. We moved in and out of the large Florida oaks walking slowly from a hog feeding station to other hog wallows in the mud, and we're starting to see more and more hogs.     Then the hogs started getting bigger and bigger with a pack of five sow hogs walking within 20 yards of a hunting stand. Our Florida hog-hunting guide said its time to move towards the open hunting fields, because sometimes we see giant trophy boars crossing the fields at this time. While walking to the field we saw a 300 plus pound sow, and two other boars that went around 200 pounds fighting in among the Florida palmettos. It sounded like a train wreck with cars filled with fighting hogs. We never got an open shot on either boar, to much hog cover. Our hog guide kept moving towards the big field telling us that the time was right to be on the field with the big water hole.   We finally got to the big hunting field and saw a ton of game flowing in from the Florida oaks and palmettos. Axis deer, black bucks, bison, and other exotics were coming out of the woodwork. Holly crap our hog guides says. We were like what, what, there's a giant boar chasing a sow. After our hog guide threw up the hog shooting sticks and pointed my rifle at him, I was not sure if it was a baby bison or a giant boar. It was at 180 yards and you could see his cutters, wow. I could not get my hunting heart under control. The next thing I hear after the giant trophy boar stopped was shoot, shoot, off goes my gun, and I'm not sure I hit the monster boar or not, then my hog guide is yelling shoot him again, shoot him again. I shoot again, seeing the bullet shake the big boars hide. Finally down he goes, and off to the hog races we go running to him. There we were on the best birthday I ever had, standing over a 400 plus pound monster trophy boar with 5 inch cutters.   He looked like a small hairy bison with tusks. As we were taking photos of the big boar, and trying to get help to load him, I said to my hog guide that there was only one problem, I didn't bring enough wrapping paper.  
*Information and prices on web site are subject to change without notice,  please contact us the day of your hunt for the most accurate and current information and prices.
© Florida Hog Hunting Guides 2013
Florida Hog Hunting Guides 1 hour south of Tampa or 1 hour north of fort Myers. 1-863-546-0697
Click For More Info:
GIFT CERTIFICATES