Guided Archery Hog Hunts in Georgia
Bow-Only Hog Hunts
Not many hog hunting outfitters in Georgia, or anywhere in the country, focus on archery hunting only, which means there aren't many places where you can bow hunt hogs that are as minimally pressured as the pigs at Pachitla Creek Plantation. Our hog hunts take place from stands situated near feeders, or spot and stalk, both during the day and at night utilizing the Slow Glow Lights. Our "Hog Only" hunts are scheduled after/before deer season, although we also allow hunters to shoot hogs for free during their deer bow hunt or turkey hunt.
These hog hunts are exciting adventures that offer not only the opportunity to hunt year-round but also the opportunity to fill the freezer.
Hog Hunting Over Feeders
We have an assortment of stands over or near feeders scattered throughout the plantation that are ideal setups for bow hunting wild hogs. These stands offer bow hunters a controlled shooting environment that allows them to make the best possible shot. All of our feeders are monitored with trail cameras so we are able to keep track of which ones are getting the most hog traffic, and put you in the right stand to shoot your trophy pig!
Hog Bow Hunting at Night
Bow hunting hogs at night is about as exciting as a hog hunt can get! At Pachitla Creek Plantation, we do nighttime hog bow hunts using Slow Glow Lights. These lights allow us to get up close and personal with the hogs, either from a stand or spot and stalk. If you have never stalked in on a group of hogs at night with a bow, you have no idea what you are in for! Get in touch with us to book an unforgettable Georgia hog hunt.
Bow Hunting Hogs With Slow Glow Lights