A combination that brings together a great pair, wild pig and the California Valley quail. Our wild pig hunts run all year long, while our upland bird hunts run from October to February. Depending on the time of year, hunters can expect to see an average of 30 pigs a day. The method that we tend to use when hunting wild pigs is spot and stalk, though we also have ground blinds for archery hunters. Average weight is between 155 lbs and 165 lbs with a few taken every year that exceed 300 lbs. In addition, experience some of the largest covey rises that any quail species has to offer. The California Valley quail only resides here on the West Coast, so don’t miss out on a rare opportunity. Our guides and their dogs will be sure to put you on the right trail of these birds and make your hunting exploit one that you will never forget!


We also offer pheasant and chukar hunts that can be combined with our wild pig hunts. Our professional guides along with their trusty hunting dogs will take you through some beautiful rolling grasslands and lush open valleys; permitting ample opportunity to hunt these hardy birds. Note that our pheasant and chukar season runs from October 13th to February 3rd.

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Upland Bird & Wild Pig Hunting Packages

Wild Pig & California Valley Quail Combos:

  • 2 hunters :
    • With lodging – $4,500
    • With lodging & meals – $5,300 

What To Expect

After you have successfully taken down your pig and had some time to share your excitement and big accomplishment with family and friends, our expert guides and hunting dogs will be ready to take you out the following day to harvest some birds. Bird hunts will consist of two hunts, one morning and one evening, schedule will depend on pig harvest. You will be in the field for 3-4 hours at a time with a break in between to get some refreshments and/or more shells. The birds will be cleaned, packaged, and put on ice for transportation. 

What’s Included In Your Hunt

  • Opportunity for one pig per hunter
  • Upland Game Bird Club Shooting Permit
  • Guide and Dogs
  • Transportation While in the Field
  • Drinks and Snacks while in the Field
  • Cleaning and Skinning of Game
  • Transportation of meat to the local butcher
  • 3 days of hunting

What to Pack 

  • A Valid California Hunting License
  • A Valid California Pig Tag 
  • Upland Game Bird Stamp
  • Shotgun Non-Lead Ammunition
  • Preferably steel #7 1/2 for quail and #6 for pheasant and chukar
  • Rifle or Archery Equipment
  • Copper Ammunition if Hunting with a Rifle 
  • Good Hiking Boots
  • Warm clothing
  • Binoculars
  • Good Hiking Boots