Wild Hog Hunt7 Days a Week, Year-round
- Private Guide
- Skinning & Quartering
- Loaner Weapons
- Swamp Buggy
- One Wild Hog Guaranteed*
Bring your friends and family along to participate in the excitement of your wild hog hunt as “non-hunters” for only $30 per person. Non-hunters get to ride on the swamp buggy, take photos, and be part of your adventure—they just don’t hunt anything!
Stay at our comfy lodge and wake up for an exciting morning wild hog hunt. Add a delicious home-cooked meal plan prepared by our onsite chef for just $50 per person. Visit our lodging page for more details.
Family owned and operated Since 1985, Ron’s Guide Service is the top choice among hunters new and old when it comes to planning an exciting wild boar hunt, commonly known as “hog hunting” or “pig hunting”.
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Get hands-on attention from your experienced guide as he assists you in every aspect of your private wild hog hunt. Beginners, experienced, kids, grandpas—everyone is welcome!
Watch in awe as your guide skins and quarters your hog in minutes after your hunt. Head home with a cooler full of meat and memories that will last long after your freezer has emptied!
Choose from a variety of weapons perfect for hog hunting. All of our weapons are kept on-site for easy weapon selection on the day of your hog hunt.
Climb aboard our swamp buggy—loved by kids and adults of all ages and perfect for guests with mobility issues. Each buggy accommodates eight passengers.
Many outfitters separate hogs into two price groups. “meat hogs” and “trophy boar”. In the event your hog has tusks you will not be charged additional fees. Hunters can spend hundreds of dollars for a guaranteed “trophy boar” which usually consists of placing an already captured boar with tusks into a field. Most hunters say a qualified “trophy boar” has tusks that measure from two to four inches beyond the lower lip line. Currently, there is no official way to rank “trophy boar”. We can’t guarantee you a certain size or gender of a hog—or if it will have tusks. If you are looking for something specific—then we are not the right guide service for you. Look for outfitters that specifically offer “trophy” hunts or a fixed size weight range.
Attention picky hunters…
We try to allow some discretion when it comes to not hunting the first hog you see—however, we cannot keep passing on multiple hogs because you want a hog that is a specific size, color, sex, or has tusks. If you are concerned about size—we do not allow hunting of small hogs which are less than 15 inches high at the shoulder. Most of our kills run in the 90 to 175 pound range.
Rifles, and bows, and spears, OH MY! All perfect for hog hunting!
Make us part of your vacation! Our wild hog hunting is only a short drive from popular Florida destinations such as Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa, and the Walt Disney World Resort.
Lakeport, Florida, is a small town located near the western shore of Lake Okeechobee. Our Lakeport hunting property is roughly 2,000 acres and features resort style lodging, home-cooked meals, on-site professional butchering, and a shipping center.
Lorida, Florida, contains numerous fish camps and lodges on the north and east shore of Lake Istokpoga. Our Lorida hunting property is roughly 4,000 acres and features resort style lodging, home-cooked meals, on-site professional butchering, and a shipping center.
Okeechobee, Florida, is a small town along the northern rim of the famous Lake Okeechobee. Our Okeechobee hunting property is roughly 1,100 acres and is a short drive to many hotels, motels, RV parks, campgrounds, and restaurants found in the city center.
In Venus, Florida, the only sounds are the wind rustling through the pines and the singing of birds. Our Venus hunting property is roughly 2,000 acres. Property features resort style lodging, home-cooked meals, modern barn with waiting room.
Our wild hog hunts are conducted on active cattle ranches in Okeechobee, Lakeport, Lorida, and Venus, Florida. These private properties range from 350 to 4,000 acres. Due to the size of these properties our guides pre-scout for high hog activity prior to your arrival.
Terrain consists of farmlands, open prairies, and palmetto thickets which are prime wild hog habitat. The wild hogs you will hunt are derelict trespass animals.
Wild hogs do a great deal of damage to net wire fences which are generally used to confine cattle, deer, and goats. Wild hogs tear through fences and can lift them up off the ground to gain access. Wild hogs can also jump over fences less than 3 feet high—pigs can fly! Chain link fences or heavy-gauge hog wire buried at least 12 inches under the ground with heavy supports and posts, and various types of mesh or multi-stranded electric fencing are the only way to prevent wild hogs from coming onto the property—which we do not have.
According to Florida property law, Florida is a “closed range” state and has strict liability for trespassing livestock. The properties we hunt on are active cattle ranches and property owners may be civilly or criminally liable for animals that stray onto public roads which is why you may see fences or gates. These fences or gates are not capable of containing wild hogs. While Ron’s Guide Service understands the need for a wild experience—the idea of being able to hunt in an open area without any fencing is legally not possible—so please be realistic when it comes to your idea of what “wild” is.
We’re looking forward to your visit at Ron’s Guide Service. Please read through this important and helpful information about your experience, including arrival times, what to bring, and more.