Feral hogs are invasive, non-native vermin according to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife and Conservation.
The Department of Agriculture estimates there are at least 2 million feral hogs in Oklahoma.
The state wants to eradicate feral swine because they are so destructive.
There are many ways to take feral hogs including trapping, shooting from a helicopter, and special nighttime shooting.
Lacie Lowry joins hog hunter Jeb Bailey with Suspect Outfitting for a night hunt using thermal scopes.
You can read the regulations for hog hunting in Oklahoma, here.
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