Hog Hunting License
Texas Wild Hog Hunting requires a License.
All paid hog hunts require a license.
Predators (feline/canine) Hunting requires a license.
4J Ranch Hog hunting, Leon County, Texas.
Texas Resident Hog hunting license: Texas hunting license Type 101 is adequate for residents of Texas (http://tpwd.texas.gov/).
Out of State or Out of Country: Hunters from outside of Texas are required to have a Texas Type 157 hunting license ($48.00). Type 157 is good for the 5 consecutive days. The five hunting dates are placed on the license when the hunting license is purchased. For deer hunting, Type 105 ($315.00) is valid for hunting any legal bird or animal.
Youth Hunting License for wild hog hunting: Type 169 ($7.00) Valid for any person, resident or non-resident, under 17 years of age at the date of license purchase. Exempt from state hunting endorsement requirements, except for Reptile and Amphibian Endorsement. State endorsement exemptions remain valid for the entire license year.
Active Military hunters: Hog hunters in possession of a valid military ID are not required to purchase a Texas hunting license for hog hunting.
Hunter Education requirements: Resident or Non-resident hunters are required to have completed a hunter education class. For non-resident hunters, proof of their State’s hunter education is sufficient. For non-resident hunters, without proof of their State’s hunter education, Texas will allow a once-in-a-lifetime waiver for a 10.00 fee.
Acquiring Texas Hunter education: Refer to Texas Parks and Wildlife website for information and websites available for taking online course (http://tpwd.texas.gov/).
Predators (feline/canine) hunts: Hunting bobcat, coyote, cougars or fox is legal in Texas and requires at least one of the types: Type 101, Type 157, Type 169 or military ID.
For more information on hog hunting licenses can go to Texas Parks and Wildlife website: http://tpwd.texas.gov/
4J Ranch, Leona, Texas 75850