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Javelina Newbie #8323006 07/16/21 04:49 PM
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Nice little critters but I don't want to spend a lot shooting one. As small as they are the skulls look pretty cool, a conversation piece, etc. Have any of you used a predator call, etc., to attract one? Are there any places where they are "pests" and you can hunt them for a nominal amount? I've run across them while hunting other game and they often just stand looking at me but I to date haven't been where I could legally shoot one.

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All around sw Texas most consider them pests

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Most people consider them to be a pest... but so are feral hogs. You tell them you want to shoot one and they see $$$.


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Originally Posted by Dave Scott
Nice little critters but I don't want to spend a lot shooting one. As small as they are the skulls look pretty cool, a conversation piece, etc. Have any of you used a predator call, etc., to attract one? Are there any places where they are "pests" and you can hunt them for a nominal amount? I've run across them while hunting other game and they often just stand looking at me but I to date haven't been where I could legally shoot one.



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