10 Best Boar Hunting Spear

Updated on: January 2022

Best Boar Hunting Spear in 2022


Cold Steel 95BOASK Boar Spear with Secure-Ex Sheath

Cold Steel 95BOASK Boar Spear with Secure-Ex Sheath
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Cold Steel Assegai Spear with Short Shaft

Cold Steel Assegai Spear with Short Shaft
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Blade Thickness: 2 mm 2 1/2" (wide)
  • Handle: Stained American Ash
  • Overall Length: 38"
  • Steel: SK-5 Medium Carbon
  • Blade Style: Spear Point
  • Blade Length: 13-1/3" (Head) - 38"
  • Steel: SK5 Medium Carbon
  • Blade Thick: 2 MM - 2-1/2" Wide
  • Weight: 27.2 ounces overall
  • Shaft: Stained American Ash

M48 Kommando Talon Survival Spear

M48 Kommando Talon Survival Spear
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Cast stainless steel blade is razor sharp
  • 30% fiberglass reinforced handle
  • Perfect for breaching, prying, impaling
  • Includes Vortec blade sheath
  • 8" blade; 44 1/8" overall

Cold Steel Samburu Spear

Cold Steel Samburu Spear
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Overall length: 7 Ft.
  • Steel: 1055 Carbon
  • Weight: 2 lbs 8 oz
  • Handle: U.S. made hickory
  • Sheath: Secure-Ex Sheath
  • Overall Length: 7 Ft
  • Steel: 1055 Carbon
  • Handle: Hardwood

Elk Ridge Evolution Spear Knife - ERE-SP001-BK

Elk Ridge Evolution Spear Knife - ERE-SP001-BK
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • High quality materials: Stainless steel black blade provides an excellent balance of hardness and corrosion resistance
  • Outdoor evolved: Combines traditional and non-traditional materials to create handsome and, unique combinations that redefine the category
  • Dependable: A knife you can count on for camping, hiking, backpacking, hunting & fishing, the outdoors, military & tactical needs, survival, self defense, and emergencies
  • Dimensions: 8 inch spear point fine/serrated edge blade, 14 inches overall
  • Special features: Nylon sheath, survival kit, built-in compass, stainless steel handle

Reapr by Sheffield 11003 44 Inch Survival Spear, Black | Tactical Survival Spear / Martial Arts Weapon | Fiberglass Staff & Precision Cut Stainless Steel Staff Weapon, Hunting Spear, or Survival Blade

Reapr by Sheffield 11003 44 Inch Survival Spear, Black | Tactical Survival Spear / Martial Arts Weapon | Fiberglass Staff & Precision Cut Stainless Steel Staff Weapon, Hunting Spear, or Survival Blade
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • 2Cr13 Stainless Steel Precision Cast Head
  • 8-1/8" Double Edge Blade
  • Nylon-Fiberglass Reinforced Handle with Bolt Reinforcement
  • Rubberized TPR Snap Sheath
  • 44" (1119 mm) Overall Length. 36" (913 mm) Handle Length

Condor Tool & Knife, Yari Spear, 14-1/2in Blade, Paracord Handle with Sheath

Condor Tool & Knife, Yari Spear, 14-1/2in Blade, Paracord Handle with Sheath
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Epoxy black powder coating
  • Burnt American ash with wrapped Para cord
  • Hand crafted welted leather sheath
  • 14-1/2" Blade length with 2.5mm blade thickness

Smith & Wesson SW8 10.7in Stainless Steel Spear with 4.2in Blade and Nylon Handle for Outdoor, Tactical, Survival and EDC

Smith & Wesson SW8 10.7in Stainless Steel Spear with 4.2in Blade and Nylon Handle for Outdoor, Tactical, Survival and EDC
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • DIMENSIONS: 10.7 inch (27.2 centimeter) overall length with a blade length of 4.2 inches (10.7 centimeter) and a weight of 8.5 ounces
  • DURABLE: Blade is made of reliable 3Cr13 Stainless Steel with a black, nylon handle
  • DEPENDABLE: Quick and easy access with the convenient nylon belt sheath
  • SECURE: Have confidence that the blade will not slip with the security of the handle grooves
  • BE PREPARED: Knife features thread to fit onto a common broom handle

Tomahawk African Wooden Warrior Spear

Tomahawk African Wooden Warrior Spear
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Carbon steel spear blade
  • Burnt wood shaft
  • Butt spike on end
  • Measures 70" overall

Armory Replicas Grand Viking Age Forged Spear Head

Armory Replicas Grand Viking Age Forged Spear Head
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Overall Length: 14.14 Inches / Overall Width: 3.13 Inches
  • Blade Length: 6.75 Inches / Thickness: 5.31mm
  • Rivet Hole Diameter: 3.62mm / Socket Diameter: 28.65mm
  • Material: Forged Iron Steel
  • Angular Blade/ Center Fuller /Large Spear /Head Forged

Hunting Wild Boar

Hunting wild boar takes preparation. If the right steps are not taken, then the hunting trip may not produce any wild boars.

The first thing a wild boar hunter should do is to look for signs or patterns that wild boars have been in the area. This would include rooting up the ground in an open field as well as searching for hog wallows and rubs. Once the hunter finds signs of wild boar activity, the hunter must not step into the woods searching for their hiding spots. The hunter should also try to determine how fresh the sign they found is and how many days the wild boars have been in the area. The hunter should also pay attention for trails made by the wild boars as they travel to these areas. Once a hunter has discovered the wild boars pattern then he can develop a strategy to hunt them.

The next thing a wild boar hunter should do is to bait the area that he has discovered if baiting is legal in the state where he is hunting. This area will coincide with the pattern the hunter discovered and the strategy he wishes to use to hunt them. Baiting wild boars includes the bait which is usually corn or a combination of corn and milo. The addition of diesel to the bait will deter raccoon from eating it before the wild boar get it. The recipe for this is one quart diesel to five gallons of corn. The bait will then be put into a baiting device, which can be a hole dug in the ground, a sewer pipe anchored to the ground, a flexible sewer pipe tied to a t-post or an automatic corn feeder set for two hours before dark and eleven pm. Bait should be put in an area away from the bedding area of the wild boar and should be an area that will fit easily into the method the hunter expects to use.

Wild boar hunting methods are the next step. These are long term, short term and quick. Long term hunting methods involve placing baiting devices or feeders and blinds where the hunter has determined the wild boars have established a pattern. Placing these will probably scare off the wild boars for sometime, but it should improve the hunting in the long run. Short term hunting takes less preparation because the hunter has less time. The hunter should scout for fresh hog sign and pattern being careful not to run them off. Then the hunter should leave the area and return the next day to make sure there is still sign of wild boars in the area. If there is, then the hunter can proceed with making preparations such as scattering corn on the ground or baiting holes. Continued baiting should occur until the hunting ends. Quick hunting methods mean quicker decisions to be made by the hunter. The hunter must be skilled in reading sign as well as judging time with sign. After the hunter has determined the pattern of the wild boar in the area he will have to decide to hunt or not and if in the day or night.

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