I hunt between West Point and Cistern and didn't see much at all for a rut. Everything we saw was moving, nothing was coming to corn. I did manage to see a couple of young (legal) bucks I let walk. On an interesting note, I did see a Javelina. Is it illegal to shoot a javelina in Fayette County?
That's pretty cool. Here is a clip from the population map presented in the TPWD - The Javelina In Texas
I live on a ranch in southwestern DeWitt County, just outside of their range. In January 2015, I had a boar & sow in my yard during the middle of the day. They poked around and wander off. Haven't seen them again. While working on a quail habitat project a couple of months later I mentioned it to the TPWD Biologist. He was quite interested in the info and passed it up to the javelina counters. I actually record stuff like this in a ranch diary, odd plants & animals and anything else which isn't the norm. My neighbor on the north side of me, now deceased, had been on his 1200 acres all his life (lived into his early 90s). He told me that javelina were plentiful here on our places through the flood of 1999 and there were few feral hogs. He felt that the incredibly high water had pushed to hogs out of the bottoms and into the rolling country south of the Guadalupe River in Dewitt County. He noted that when the hogs arrived in force, the javelina were gone in a year.