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Mr September

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About Mr September

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  • Birthday 01/28/1974

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    The Great Divide... (literally)
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    I Hunt

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  1. Mr September

    Question for HAM Hunters

    Agreed
  2. Mr September

    Question for HAM Hunters

    I thought that the pigs seemed to be up at first light this year, and then bedded again by 9 am, and then when they were up they were hanging around in the bottoms of canyons. VERY difficult to see them this year.
  3. Mr September

    Good luck HAM hunters

    Love it!
  4. Mr September

    Cactus Bounders!

    It's good that you are seeing sign. What was weird is I walked two of our main areas from one end to the other, top and bottom of washes, and ridges in between and could not locate any fresh sign. I have to say I was blown away. These are areas that have produced prickle pigs for over 15 years. We did find one little sounder of 3 in one area, but that was it. So we had to just start over and look in new stuff all day every day like glassing cyborg robots till we located a good herd.
  5. Mr September

    Cactus Bounders!

    I would say they are definitely down some. And I agree with you 100% ^^^.
  6. Mr September

    Cactus Bounders!

    No that is my buddies pig. It was a frontal shot at 7 yards, that is the exit. Rage 2 blade Extreme. He didn't go 10 yards.
  7. Mr September

    Hows everyone fairing with javelina hunts so far?

    For those shooting adequate energy try a large cut diameter expandables on these small framed animals. I use the Rage Extreme 2 blade and I haven't had one make it out of sight in years. It is the equivalent of shooting an Elk with a 25 inch cut diameter, they can't handle it even on marginal hits. (We don't shoot past 20 yards on these little guys either)
  8. Mr September

    Cactus Bounders!

    Another pig at 10 yards...
  9. Mr September

    Good luck HAM hunters

    We don't use calls on Javelina. Puts to much stress on the herd and can move them out of their area for weeks even months sometimes. That and it's just unnecessary on an animal that is near blind and willing to tolerate a lot of mistakes. If you can't get within 15 yards of a feeding Javelina you may want to consider a different life style. Just something to consider before you ruin your area for the rest of the season.
  10. Mr September

    Last day Javi

    We have found the same thing. We try to never do the processing close to anything we think they consider "significant". Small animal easy to move. They are more sensitive to these things than most people realize. One reason I will NEVER do any of the unnecessary varmint calling BS in any of our areas. I did that in one of my best spots in 2009 and I have never seen pigs in that exact location again.
  11. Mr September

    Cactus Bounders!

    Thoughts?
  12. Mr September

    Last day Javi

    Are a lot of you guys seeing less Javelina/Javelina activity? I am kind of getting that feed back from A LOT of sources this year. I know we hunted 3 known areas hard this year and saw one sounder of 3 pigs. Was absolutely crazy. Hunted hard too, 8-10 hour days from dawn till dusk.(3 glassers) Everything was very green, but locals said it was a VERY dry year over all I guess? Just wondering what you guys think
  13. Mr September

    Javelina #20

    Are a lot of you guys seeing less Javelina/Javelina activity? I am kind of getting that feed back from A LOT of sources this year. I know we hunted 3 known areas hard this year and saw one sounder of 3 pigs. Was absolutely crazy. Hunted hard too, 8-10 hour days from dawn till dusk.(3 glassers) Everything was very green, but locals said it was a VERY dry year over all I guess? Just wondering what you guys think
  14. Mr September

    16A Pig Report

    Are a lot of you guys seeing less Javelina/Javelina activity? I am kind of getting that feed back from A LOT of sources this year. I know we hunted 3 known areas hard this year and saw one sounder of 3 pigs. Was absolutely crazy. Hunted hard too, 8-10 hour days from dawn till dusk.(3 glassers) Everything was very green, but locals said it was a VERY dry year over all I guess? Just wondering what you guys think
  15. Mr September

    First Time Javelina Hunting Question

    Are a lot of you guys seeing less Javelina/Javelina activity? I am kind of getting that feed back from A LOT of sources this year. I know we hunted 3 known areas hard this year and saw one sounder of 3 pigs. Was absolutely crazy. Hunted hard too, 8-10 hour days from dawn till dusk.(3 glassers) Everything was very green, but locals said it was a VERY dry year over all I guess? Just wondering what you guys think
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