This is a Big Boar from a couple years ago. We hunt mountain pigs, In very broken country. I put the sneak on this guys herd in their bed right above the edge of a big rocky ledge near the top of huge mountain peak. I observed and videoed them bedded for about 30 minutes from 19 yards, and then one of them casually fed my way off and on and ended up less than 3 yards and figured out something wasn't right with my bush. He started woofing and the big Boar came to investigate. I let him have the Rage Ext. at around 18 yards and he crashed in sight. We don't shoot beyond 20 on Javelina, and we only shoot the Boars.
Show me your success! Im unable to chase right now. :(
Posted February 11 2018 - 10:09 AM
Regarding dressing them in the rocky nasty stuff, a cheap plastic table cloth works wonders. Didn't pack one yesterday morning and wont make that mistake again.
If ya do carry out on neck or shoulder there is nothing quite like that look you get from circle k clerk when you hit town for ice or soda 😂 funny how we quit smelling the stench and then we're like a smoker who can't smell their own stench and we walk around knocking pople over with javelina fumes.
Small table cloth, rain coat, tarp sounds good! Anything to stop grass from investing in small amount of meat you get.
Speaking of which I juat got a text from friend little bit ago and 76# pig down. 😮 love those farm land javelina.
Years back I took my dad behind my house (not farm) for his 1st archery javelina (when area was legal) and he smoked a 74# sow. Neighbor ladies walking their dogs didn't know what to think when we passed them with headlamps on in dark with 74# stink pig on my neck. 😂 the key is just say hi and keep walking like normal and just chuckle later.
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