No Trophy Hog Hunting Fees Ever! Riverbend does not charge trophy fees for Free-Range Wild Hogs Harvested here. Our largest hogs go upwards of 400 pounds so be sure to bring enough coolers.
Riverbend Trophy Whitetails offers Free-Range Wild Hog Hunting in Oklahoma where our primary goal is to ensure that you not only harvest your game, but that your whole Oklahoma hog hunting experience is something you will remember for a lifetime. This is an all-inclusive family friendly location filled with hogs and exclusive to your hunting party if requested. You can hog hunt nearly year-round here in Oklahoma, the only thing that may stop you is the heat.
You can hunt hogs only from January to August and combined with a whitetail deer hunt from September through December. Some of the best times to go wild hog hunting here in Oklahoma are from December through April or early May. The winter months really get them going to search for food when the cold sets in and the feeders really heat up. Each hunter is allowed one wild hog per sit, that is two hogs per day possible.
Northern Oklahoma is extremely diverse which allows each wild hog hunting stand placement to be unique in its setting. From rolling hills, oak trees throughout, brushy draws, creeks, drainages, and large open areas for longer shots and more area to view.
Your Wild Hog Hunt will take place out of ladder stands for both a sighting advantage and safety. Feeders dot the landscape to assist in getting the wild hogs in range. Remember, at Riverbend Trophy Whitetails we make sure to accommodate each person and cater to your level of hunting, so your wild hog hunt is exactly what you are looking for.
Your free-range hog hunting day will start out the morning with a light breakfast: something like danish, cereal, toast, juice, and coffee. Generally, we leave about 1 hour before sunrise and hog hunt until mid-morning and then back to the hunting lodge. Upon our return, we go to work taking care of any harvested hogs and you enjoy a full course breakfast.
Then after breakfast simply retire back to your room and catch a nap before our afternoon hog hunt or there does not need to be any down time as we can keep you busy all day. Big lunch early afternoon and we are ready to go afield again for the afternoon hog hunt. Most often you are out until just after sunset and back for a "loosen your belt" kind of dinner.
The Free-Range Wild Hog Hunting season here in Oklahoma runs all year but again the best times for temperature are December through April or May. Odds are it will be a little chilly here in the late months so bring warm clothes and dress in layers. It is best to contact us prior to your arrival and get current weather and future predictions so you can pack the appropriate gear for the temperatures and time of year you will be hunting. At Riverbend we also maintain UTV’s that are equipped with heat and A/C for your comfort travelling to and from your stand.
Our shooting range will be available to make sure your guns are sighted in when you arrive. Riverbend allows nearly all legal hog hunting weapons like Crossbow, Compound Bow, Muzzle loading Rifle, and Rifle hunts throughout the season. The best advice we can give you as a novice hog hunter is to bring the most accurate hard-hitting weapon you own. Large wild Trophy Boar Hogs over 150 pounds can have a shield that grows just under their shoulder and is made of a tough cartilage that can get as thick as 2” on both sides. You need to be sure you can harvest the largest of possible opportunities. Your rifle shots will average 50 to 75 yards and we can bait closer to get you within ethical bow range. We at Riverbend understand that each hunter preferred wild hog hunting weapon is different, so we want you to use whatever fulfills the challenge for you. Simply let us know what your weapon of choice is, and we will accommodate you to the best of our ability.
The brand-new Oklahoma Hunting Lodge will be available for the fall of 2021, check back for details coming soon.
All of our All-Inclusive Wild Hog Hunting Packages are private to your group or hunting party. Preferably we like to keep wild hog hunts to a maximum of four hunters so we can pay more attention to each hunter to increase your success rates. At Riverbend we will accommodate larger hunting parties on a hunt-by-hunt basis depending on game animal and time of year. We love youth hunts and children are always welcome.
Riverbend will provide discounts for parent or guardian and the child hunting together in the same stand. If you would like to share your bag limit of one hog per sitting, then the hunt fee for the child is minimal. Single hog hunters are always welcome, but dates are limited. Please call us directly to discuss larger groups, needs, and discounts offered throughout the year.
2 nights and 3 days of hog hunting. Your Hog hunting starts first afternoon upon arrival, hunt two more sits the next day and then the morning of the third day with departure by noon. That is four sits, and you are allowed one hog per sit. This is the perfect hog hunt for someone 6 hours or less away from Riverbend.
3 nights and 2 days of hog hunting designed for the hunter than is farther than 6 hours from our Free-Range Hog Hunts. Arrival late afternoon and get settled and sight in weapons. Dinner and then simply relax and prepare for the start of your wild hog hunt the next morning. Hunt morning and afternoon for two days then spend the night your last night and wake up refreshed and ready for the trip home. Total four sits and you are allowed one hog per sit.
4 nights 3 days of wild hog hunting. Arrive your first night and sight in your rifles, homecooked dinner, and a good night sleep. Hunt the morning and afternoon each day for three days then a good night sleep and departure in the morning generally by 10. That is a total of six sits and ability to harvest one hog per sit.
Non hog hunting guests are always welcome. A nominal fee of $100/day per non-hunting guest is required.
A deposit of 50% of the hunt is required to secure your reservation dates. Riverbend accepts all major credit cards and provide a detail of your hog hunt with your receipt. All deposits are non-refundable but, in the event, you cannot come for your scheduled dates, and you notify us at least two (2) weeks prior to your originally schedule arrival date, we do allow rescheduling up to 12 months from your prior scheduled dates.
When Wild Hog Hunting on our Free-Range property we understand that not all shots are perfect, and we will always do our best to recover your game. It is the hog hunting guides choice of when to call a search quits and deem an animal lost. If you draw blood or hair after your shot, and we cannot find the wounded game we will have to consider that animal to be expired or going to expire and you will be responsible for full payment. This is a semi-guided hog hunt so if you shoot at a wild hog even though it ran off like nothing happened and you could swear it was a miss you must not shoot at a second hog until a guide determines it to be a miss meaning no blood or hair is found then and only then can you shoot at another hog. If you do shoot two hogs in one sit the largest of the two hogs will be weighed and charged at a rate of $3 per pound.
3616 Boston Pool Rd, Hominy, Oklahoma 74035, United States
Riverbend Trophy Whitetails
3616 Boston Pool Rd, Hominy, Oklahoma 74035, United States