Any suggestions for places to hunt Ram and Hogs?

Im open to any place in U.S. but it looks like Texas has the most. I am an archery only hunter.
Please serious answers only!
I’ m looking for information on guides or ranches that offer hunts.Prefer first hand reports
Thanks

Chain Ranch outfitters, Canton Oklahoma

http://chainranch.com/outfitters/

50 bucks a day to stay in the lodge and a 100 dollar trophy fee for any size hog.

Been there several times and headed back in a few weeks.

Let them know up front you are an archery hunter as they have elevated stands set up specifically for archers.

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  1. GUN says:

    Chain Ranch outfitters, Canton Oklahoma

    http://chainranch.com/outfitters/

    50 bucks a day to stay in the lodge and a 100 dollar trophy fee for any size hog.

    Been there several times and headed back in a few weeks.

    Let them know up front you are an archery hunter as they have elevated stands set up specifically for archers.
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    Been there done that

  2. blackheart_987 says:

    Don’t you read hunting magazines? They are full of places were you go to hunt most north American game. The Rams are mostly in the Rocky’s and pigs in the swamps. there are not many wild pigs except for the little pigs in Texas. I can not think of there name it start with a (P). Here in Florida we call the wild pigs pinny rooter which are domestic pigs that got loose from the farmers and have run wild over the years. Also pig are consider to belong to the land owners. and it is best if you get there permission be for hunting them. You can hunt Hogs year around but do need a hunting license
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    me use to hunt with just a knife and dogs

  3. Nate says:

    Texas is good. They have huge hogs there and it really goes with the saying, everything is bigger in Texas. Another place i go is to Florida. U can find hogs many places in your state. There are only a couple states that dont have them. If you do decide to go to Texas, try and get some Black Gold Hog Attractant.
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