Q: What is the average size hog harvested?
A: The average size hog harvested ranges from 80lbs to 175lbs.
Q: Is a license required to hunt feral hogs?
A: No, a license is not required to hunt feral hogs in the state of Florida.
Q: Is hunter orange required?
A: No, hunter orange is not required while hunting on private land.
Q: Do you have any trophy fees?
A: No, we do not have any trophy fees.
Q: Do you have any cleaning fees?
A: No, we do not have any cleaning fees.
Q: Where are you located?
A: We are located in Ft. McCoy Fl. Which is 10 minutes north of Ocala and 30 minutes south of Gainesville.
Q: What type of tree stands will we be hunting out of?
A: We use 16′ tall double man ladder stands, elevated box blinds, and some ground blinds.
Q: What is Thermal Imaging?
A: Thermal Imaging is a special type of videography which has many uses. There is probably a pretty good chance that you have already heard about thermal imaging, however you might not be aware of what it actually is. Thermal imaging is where the photographs or videos are made up of heat structures rather than light. This means that you can detect a heat source such as feral hogs and predators undetected in total darkness that would otherwise be hidden.
Q: Why do we use Thermal Imaging?
A: The wild feral hog is naturally a nocturnal animal, especially your older, more mature, trophy boar hogs. We solve this issue by utilizing the Flir RS32 Thermal Imaging optic. Mounted on an AR15 chambered in .300 AAC Blackout. Perfect for youngsters and first time hunters. Experience the thrill and excitement of stalking wild hogs undetected in total darkness. It’s also a great way to beat the Florida summer time heat. When you book a Thermal Imaging hog hunt through Black Tine Outfitters, it is a 100% guaranteed opportunity or your hunt is free.