Laws and regulations vary from state to state, and can change often. For example, some states may require hunting licenses, and others may not. Some may allow shooting feral hogs at night on property you own, while others may require a permit. Therefore, contact your state wildlife agency, or your local wildlife officer, for the most current information available.
State and federal lands may have laws and regulations that differ from feral hog control on private lands. Know the rules and regulations for removing feral hogs before hunting on public lands.