I do. Not as a primary target but I do it.(fortunately we can hunt them year round so they can be a wonderful by product say.........when squirrel or deer hunting)
They are smart. They are dumb.
When I have scouted public land, I have walked up to within spitting distance before they bolted. Many times.
Once the season opens..like deer....where'd they go?
I have pvt land I hunt year round, I have walked to my stand and stumbled in the ruts they have made from rooting they are so thick,,,,yet in 4 years I have NEVER seen a hog during daylight when I hunt. On my camera at daylight, but not when I am there. My surrounding land is heavily hunted with dogs and trapped, these hogs know what it means when a truck is parked where it shouldn't be, Very smart.
Other area''s/properties, put out your feeder, sit on a box behind a camo screen (buddy of mine props up a wooden pallet for cover and sits on a chair in a firelane) and kill away, They come running when the bell goes off. They are so dumb.
Some of the ways/means we have killed hogs.
First, you gotta know they are there,. Poop, rooting, on camera visually seeing them.
If you can use a feeder, get it up in their area. Get a pop up, natural blind or a pallet
, sit and wait (assuming you know they are coming into your feeder)
Pigs smell and hear well, they don't see all that well. You can spot them when walking. They do like thick stuff, and won't hesitate to walk though swamp. You can walk upon them on the right conditions. We like to go to large tracts and hit the thick brush/palmettos/swamp. Another fella will walk or hang out on a firelane/clearings between cover, and often times the entire drove will come out and stand right in the open. (this will happen when your solo too)
Head shot are largely preferred. As I mentioned, we'll encounter them while squirrel hunting and a .22,.... couple shots to the ear will do them in just fine.
There are tons of methods, ways and means fella's have. Like I said, I haven't ever targeted hogs, its always a by-product kill but itis enjoyable (the meat ain't to bad either
) Hope i've offered something of value.