If you plan to eat all the hogs you kill your not gonna be able to put even a tiny dent in the population.
Do your homework first.
A good place to start is Google Earth for an aerial view.
You can easily find water holes which will be important now in summer heat.
The biggest thing to look for is safe shooting directions so you are not shooting towards somebodies house, barn, etc.
You can print out the overhead view and use it when you scout the place.
A good SXS or 4 wheeler will make life easier here.
When you scout the area, find the water holes and look for hog wallows - a sure sign they are in the area.
A game camera can verify where/when they are in area.
As you get established, maybe a feeder with timer so you can narrow time frame down some.
Also check trails to/from water or feeders for sign, tracks, etc.
They are opportunistic and will go for easy food.
Just when you think you have them figured out, they will do something different!
Daytime works but I only hunt after dark now.
I would get some slugs, a scope mount and red dot sight (so you can keep both eyes open), green light for gun and some kind of NV hand scanner.
You can scan with the hand scanner to actually see/watch them at night.
You only need one hand scanner for multiple shooters.
One tip I learned, use your left eye with the hand scanner so you are not night blind in your shooting eye.
The scanner alerts the shooters where to point for the shot.
Turn on the light while pointed up above the pigs and ease down on them.
You probably need to shoot quickly - if they have been hunted before with lights, they learn pretty quickly.
Good luck, have fun, be safe, respect the land owners and enjoy yourself.
Fortunately, there are plenty of targets for you!
Hope some of that helps.