Originally Posted by Coeloptera
Edward, the Nevada Department of Agriculture does not authorize the hunting of feral pigs.
If I'm not mistaken the Nevada Department of Agriculture does not authorize the hunting of ANY animal. That is purely the domain of the game department. In other words you are unlikely to be confronted by a DOA agent over a pig kill. They neither authorize the hunting nor do they regulate it.
My younger brother has hunted the pigs for years. I've seen his kills and am planning to hunt them this winter. There are some great techniques and strategies to getting them. We are also pretty certain as to where they go in the summer (much more difficult to get them in the low lands in the summer).
I may be wrong about the DOA issue. I guess I'll let you know if we get a special ticket from a DOA feral hog agent.