Night Shooting Exemptions
Only a deed-holding landowner (or a designee with written landowner permission) can register a property for a night-shooting exemption. The exemption procedure provides immediate approval for a landowner (or a designee with written landowner permission) to shoot feral hogs on the property at night.
A landowner shooting feral swine on his property at night must carry his exemption number. Anyone else shooting feral swine at night is required to carry the property's exemption number and written permission from the landowner or the landowner's single designee. Rules are more stringent during the 16-day deer gun season. During this time, only the landowner or their written designee can night shoot on the property listed on their exemption, and he or she is required to provide some type of advanced notification to the local game warden. The advanced notification can be by text message, voicemail, or email. Family members (parents, children, grandchildren, sons-in-law, and daughters-in-law) can assist an exemption holder. At least one person in the group must have a copy of the exemption while night shooting.
Feral hog night-shooting exemptions are available online.
Obtaining your Exemption
Visit our online licensing system to obtain a hog permit.
You will need to login to your customer account, click purchase licenses, and select "Specialty".
Game Warden Directory for Private Land Night Hunting Exemption
Directing new rules for night shooting of feral swine
For questions or concerns relating to a night hunting exemption contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The OK Feral Swine Control Association has information to assist landowners with hog problems.