They definitely move around a lot but there is absolutely no hunting pressure on them this time of year so once you find a location with tons of activity and signs then explore that area. It may take yo a few trips in that area to see one.
try to figure out which direction they come from or where they go.
Your best bet is to find one or 2 moving in the last 15 minutes of shooting time since that is when I typically see them in the SAM.
Or if you can figure out where they are bedding up during the day that would be another good spot. Colt45 is an expert on that
There are no secret spots since the pigs can be there one week and gone the next. You just have to walk a few miles and look for signs of major activity.
Very tough hunting this time of year because the canopy is so thick. You cant see very far because of the growth.
Not sure what all this rain will do but I typically hunt the lowlands by the creek beds. COlt45 has a lot of hog hunting public land experience so if he says they will move to high ground then there is probably some truth to that
good luck and post up what you find
watch out for things like this. I found this in January while scouting a new hunting area. Needless to say I havent been back there!! That place gave me the creeps for some reason even before I found this thing.