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Found 6 results

  1. AZHNTR67

    HAILEES METRO JAVELINA

    Got it done - Love the Metro hunts!
  2. AZHNTR67

    Javelina

    It is with a heavy heart that a dear friend of mine lost her husband to cancer several months back. Many of you have purchased several of the items I am selling for her which has been very difficult for her as you can imagine.
  3. I'm in Tucson. Please call my friend Tom to arrange pickup or delivery. 520 400 9476
  4. Javelina Shoulder Mount for sale - non smoking home, no hair slipping. First $300 takes it home. Call or Text: 602-525-9988
  5. rschaumb

    Trophy Javelina

    Well I started off my pig hunt with hopes of killing a blonde pig I had seen the previous year while hunting whitetail. The group with the blonde one had been hitting our trail cam irregularly but we knew it used the area. After opening day went by without seeing the pigs or any fresh sign I went to bed hoping the next day would turn out better. Around 10 in the morning came and still hadn't seen anything so I figured they had gone over into the next range of hills and was about to head that way. Then all of a sudden I see a dark object 400 yards away and I checked with the binos and sure enough it was a javelina and there were more around it all feeding. And the blonde one was with them. To sum the story up, after about two hours of stalking the group several times and being busted each time; after drawing my bow back and almost decided to fill my tag on a normal dark javelina but deciding against it each time; I finally got it done. I was just full draw on a pig at 25 yards as it walked a circle around me and I almost let an arrow fly. I take a few more steps and there's the blonde one facing me at 33 yards but hadn't seen me. He turned ever so slightly and I let it fly through his neck and front shoulders. He ran down the hill 20 yards and expired. It's hard to get a specific javelina out of a group when they are all around you. Normally I just shoot the first one that gives me a shot opportunity, but I'm glad I passed up those other shots. I'm going to have him shoulder mounted and then later whenever I get a really dark javelina I'll mount them side by side. Enjoy the pics and thanks for reading.
  6. Flatlander

    Pig in a blanket . .

    Or at least it probably wished it would have been this morning when it was 22 degrees. We started out this morning back in our usual spot looking for pigs and deer. We found some about 8:30 and the stalk was on. Well everything that could go wrong did, wind swirled all over the place, a cow spooked and ran right through the herd, a coyote chased a jack rabbit all over the hill they were on. Needless to say when we got to where they were, they were no longer. We setup the tripods and got started looking for them. We glassed up the pigs and a buck about the same time and there was a decision to be made. Well the buck slipped into a wash so we decided the pigs were a better better bet, but by this time another hunter had closed in on them. After watching for a few minutes we realized he had no idea where they had moved to so Mike took off to see if he could cut them off while I kept track of them from our hill top. As Mike headed out I settled in to watch the show. Before long I could see the pigs scatter and I realized the other hunter had stumbled into them and flung an arrow. Fortunately the pigs ran right into Mike's lap and after a couple of tries a pig stayed in front of one of his arrows long enough to get stuck. The hit was low and the blood trail was long. While working the blood trail we met up with the other hunters who turned out to be some acquaintances Mike has met down there hunting before. They were kind enough to help us out and after a couple hours we were able to find the wounded pig holed up in some mesquites. Mike got another arrow in her and she only went another 50 yards or so. All told it took us about 3 hours to recover the Javi after the first hit. This was a great day and ended a couple year drought for Mike.
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