Home
 Portal Sidebar
Who's Online
3 registered (bluecow, Randy M, 45MAN) and 154 anonymous users online.
  Member Hunts
Staying Focused
Staying Focused

Gettin' Squirrelly
Gettin' Squirrelly

Hogs and Deer: Wor
Hogs and Deer: World's Apart

   Access Requires Login

  Gallery Home · Search · Register · Login 
Gallery Home » Member » 500WE » Some Hunting Photos « Previous image · Slide Show · Next image »

hunting_photos_2c
Texas Brush Country Javelina

Description: Taken at about 50-55 yards with a FA Mdl. 654 .41 Mag. revolver wearing a 4X Leupold scope.
Poster: 500WE
Views: 3959

« more ·
Hunting_photos_092.jpg
<<
Hunting_photos_096.jpg
<
hunting_photos_2c.jpg
100_1415.JPG
>
Hunting_photos_076.jpg
>>
· more »

Author
Thread  
johnwilliams
Shooting Master

Registered: January 2010
Location: illinois
Posts: 3,755
Fri December 24, 2010 06:47 Rating: 10.00 



------------------------------
H.H.I.#8190 Colossians 1:17 And He is before all things,and by Him all things consist!
Click here to see this users profileVisit this user's gallery  
BBwheelgunner
veteran

Registered: November 2009
Location: Olympic Penninsula, WA
Posts: 1,576
Thu July 7, 2011 11:30

500WE,


I have been considering a javelina hunt, and judging by your pictures you have had some luck a couple of times. I was wondering where abouts you were hunting at, was it spot and stalk or baited and if you were on a private ranch. basically any details you may have i would be curious to know. thanks

------------------------------
"If you are going to go through all the trouble to put a hole in something, why not make it a big one?"
Click here to see this users profileVisit this user's gallery  
500WE
Pooh-Bah

Registered: February 2007
Location: North Carolina
Posts: 1,686
Fri July 8, 2011 02:13

Two of the three javelina shown on the Bragging Board were both taken on the Junco Ranch between Freer and Encinal in the South Texas "brush country". Both were taken by spot & stalk, but the ranch roads had been lightly sprinkled with corn by previous hunters the week prior to our arrival, and a little still remained in some areas. This light sparse sprinkling of corn on roads is extremely effective in that country, as it helps draw javelina and other game out of the dense brush. The sprinkling does need to be light and spread over a long area to keep the game on the trail longer.
Several years earlier, I also took the other javelina shown on this board by spot and stalk without any remnant baiting. I've never used or hunted near any feeders, so have no experience or comments on their use.
Click here to see this users profileVisit this user's gallery  
jamesfromjersey
Shootist

Registered: January 2004
Location: New Jersey
Posts: 9,016
Sat July 16, 2011 13:35 Rating: 10.00 

That had to be an excellent hunt... What load were you using in your .41???

------------------------------
Life member-NRA-SCI
Member-HHI #2900-HHASA #067
Colt-Ruger-Freedom Arms-and S&W Collector Assoc.s
"I have more guns then I need but not as many as I want" "Handgun hunters HAVE to be good"
Click here to see this users profileVisit this user's gallery  
500WE
Pooh-Bah

Registered: February 2007
Location: North Carolina
Posts: 1,686
Sun July 17, 2011 02:10

21 / 296, CCI 350's, Sierra 210 JHC.
Click here to see this users profileVisit this user's gallery  
widowmaker
enthusiast

Registered: March 2011
Posts: 214
Sun July 17, 2011 10:40 Rating: 10.00 

GOOD JAVELINA
Click here to see this users profileVisit this user's gallery  

Powered by: PhotoPost PHP
Copyright © 2007 All Enthusiast, Inc.