There are tons & tons of trespass fee hunt opportunities out there. Many are very reasonable, $40-$50 . Hit the Fla hunt/outdoor websites Hard, ask around the gun/sports stores, farm equipment stores, you'll find one/five/ten. I lived in Tampa 4 yrs and never, ever, not had some pork in the freezer. Just do your homework B4 you lay out any cash, not everyone opening their land to hunt pigs have pigs, nor the so called commercial guides. Don't be afraid to hunt close to population areas, the pigs don't care, neither should you. And as an aside....the good people I had the honor to hunt with generally went with a 44Mag, a 30/30, a shotgun slug, or (with dogs) just a K-Bar. Short & Fast.. it's usually feet, not so much yards.....
unfortunately between the pythons and the panthers there are very few hogs to deer in big C now.I took a few out of the Big Cypress Swamp when I lived there. You’ve gotta keep your head on a swivel between the gators & snakes!
That is a very helpful link, thank you!
This is true. Mostly its because of growth. I hunt in AL now on a hunting lease that is comprised of a couple guys from AL and the other 8 guys like me are from SWFL. I started hunting SWFL in 1986. Over the years I had 3 leases in the boonies of SWFL Ranging from 3500-13,000 acres.My relatives who are big sportsman say the hogs are no way near as thick as they were 10 or 15 years ago in south west florida.