Depredating hogs

There was a guide in Sweetwater Texas doing the same thing....has since died.

He preferred to take hunters on properties that were listed for sale.

If I go to another property, that I do not own and I'm not an agent for (e.g. No license is required for nuisance fur-bearing animals, depredating hogs or coyotes (see below).

Exceptions A hunting license is not required to hunt the following: Coyotes, if the coyotes are attacking, about to attack or have recently attacked livestock, domestic animals or fowl.

Originally Posted By walkinginadangerzone: Damn, that sucks. The Texas Outdoor Annual states a hunting license is not required to hunt depredating feral hogs if a landowner or landowner's agent or lessee is taking feral hogs causing depredation of the landowner's land.

Texas does not technically require a hunting license to shoot or kill hogs. If you harvest the animal then you are required to have a license.

If I have an agent taking care of my property, they can do the same. Again, there are specific exceptions/exemptions for landowners & their agents.

If I go to another property, that I do not own and I'm not an agent for (e.g. In practice, this means I can shoot non-game depredating animals (e.g.

If I have an agent taking care of my property, they can do the same.

No license is required for nuisance fur-bearing animals, depredating hogs or coyotes (see below).

This is the way it was explained to me in the hunters safety course I took in Texas.

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