There is no specific hog-hunting season in North Carolina. Feral-swine hunting is permissible every day throughout the year during traditional hunting hours, which is a half hour before the sun rises and a half hour after the sun sets.
There is no bag limit for hunting feral swine in North Carolina. The state allows hunters to use archery equipment and firearms to hunt the swine with an appropriate hunting permit.The only exception is that individuals may not use firearms between midnight on Saturdays to midnight on Sundays. Hunting permits don't give people permission to enter private or public property. They also don't grant permission to hunt feral swine located on North Carolina Game Lands.