Feral Hog Hunting From a Helicopter
Do you want to buzz droves of hogs 15 feet off the ground at highway speeds? All you need is a hunting license and a trigger finger!
The experience begins the evening before, with a thorough safety course, covering techniques and methods for safely operating firearms in and around an aircraft. The morning of the hunt starts bright and early, with lift off before dawn. Every hunter is outfitted a semi-automatic AR-15, equipped with a holographic red dot sight and unlimited ammunition. Fully automatic rifles are always available for rent by those looking to kick it up a notch and get the full Texas experience. Once day breaks, it’s “game on!”
We maximize your hunt experience by putting you in the air before daybreak, when the hogs least expect it. HeliBacon’s experienced pilots know just where to find them and will take you on a ride like no other, cruising at highway speeds just feet above the ground across over 250,000+ acres of prime Texas ranches and farm land. Custom fuel trailers enable quick and mobile refueling on site at any of our hunt locations; which keeps the engines warm and the lead flying…
Group Hog Hunts & Corporate Packages
Group outings and corporate parties are HeliBacon’s specialty. With an expansive array of helicopter experiences and machine gun packages to keep your entire party entertained all week, you can rely on our corporate hunting trips to make your time off well worth it. With our help organizing the details, your group can spend the day slinging lead down range with any of our available firearms. Enjoy Night Vision Hog Hunting, skeet shooting, fishing, and take in all the comforts of southern hospitality as you relax at our fully stocked ranch house.
Hog Depredation Program In Action
Thanks to the passing of HB 716, HeliBacon may provide local, out-of-state, and international guests the means to hunt and kill feral hogs from a helicopter. These wild pigs have been ruled a threat to the environment, and we invite you to take part in preserving our beautiful state. With that said, please remember that we hunt on active farms and ranches, so it is very important that we respect the land, our neighbors, and their property at all times.
Get Your Texas Hunting License Online
A valid Texas hunting license is required to participate in the Helicopter Hog Hunting program. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department lists the various hunting licenses available online. Texas residents require at least the Type 101 Resident Hunting License, and out-of-state or international clients require at least the Type 157 Non-resident 5-Day Special Hunting license. If you intend to do additional fishing, bird hunting, deer hunting or exotic hunting while you are in Texas, that may require a different type of license. To save time, purchase your Texas Hunting License online before you arrive. YOU MUST BRING YOUR LICENSE WITH YOU. IT MUST BE IN YOUR POSSESSION, ON YOUR PERSON, WHILE YOU ARE IN THE HELICOPTER. NO EXCEPTIONS. HeliBacon is required to document your hunting license number for our mandatory Texas Parks and Wildlife record keeping. If you do not bring your hunting license with you, we will require that you purchase another one before we will take you flying.
HeliBacon | 888-505-2981 | 6120 E. State Hwy 21 | Bryan, Texas 77808
Helicopter Hog Hunting Package
- For 2 people, includes 2 hours of flight time, safety course, semi-auto gun rental & unlimited ammunition
- Upgrade to full-auto machine guns available – $395 (per person)
- Video Service Upgrade – $395 (per hunt)
- Additional Flight Hours – $1,895 (per hour)
- Additional Passenger – $1,295 (Max 2 Shooters + 1 Observer at a time)
- *Shooters and Observer can rotate*
- *300lbs weight limit per passenger*
- *Total combined weight limit applies – contact us for more details*
”My son and I received our hunt as a Christmas present, and it was incredible. Chase put us on top of the hogs, and we had a fun time learning about shooting from the air. I liked the full auto option we had on the guns, I'd definitely do that again. Although the weather didn't cooperate with us early in the day, by about noon there were 33 fewer hogs in the great State of Texas. I'd recommend the hunt to anyone wanting an adventure, and whose not afraid to hang out the side of a helicopter 30 feet off the ground going 100 MPH chasing hogs. Hee haw!!~ Larry H.