Texas has more Feral Hogs and Javelina than any other state and has the longest and most liberal hunting seasons. All Seasons Guide Service offers some of the very best hunts available for Hogs and South Texas Javelina, and we have been hunting and guiding hunts for them since 1983.
With over 500,000 acres virtually every ranch we hunt in Texas has large populations of Feral Hogs. They are so abundant that the State of Texas has no closed season or bag limits on them and you may hunt them by any means, day or night, use any weapon, and hunt them with any vehicle (including helicopters) and dogs can be used as well.
Our Hog hunting trips take place between September and May. Although there is no closed season it’s just plain too hot in Texas any other time. This is also the time of year we are preparing for our deer hunts, and the senderos and ranch roads are fed on a regular basis. Our Hog hunting trips are mainly conducted from tower blinds, which are set up for rifle hunting overlooking corn feeders. There are times that spot and stalk methods are effective as well.
Texas Feral Hog Hunting Rates
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Javelina is a Texas Game Animal and is regulated by TPWD. There is a limit of two Javelina per year and are hunted in 93 counties. Our hunts take place in the South Texas Brush Country and The Glass Mountains of West Texas. We offer rifle and bow hunts on most of the properties. Hunting tactics vary at each ranch although hunting in blinds, spot & stalk and safari style are the most common methods used.
These hunts are conducted more like a traditional Texas Whitetail Hunts often hunting from tower blinds overlooking corn feeders. We also bait senderos for hunters who wish to spot and stalk with bow or rifle. All our South Texas Ranches have very nice accommodations and offer meals and lodging.
South Texas Javelina Hunting Rates
These hunts take place in the Glass Mountains of West Texas between Ft. Stockton and Marathon, Texas on one of the largest ranches in Texas consisting of more than 325,000 acres or 507 sq. Miles. The elevation of the ranch in the Glass Mountains Range varies from 3200 ft. to 5200 ft. We use specially designed Mountain Buggies that can take us to the highest vantage points in the Glass Mountains. From here we glass the vast terrain for Javelina. Good optics is a must. This is really an exceptional hunt and a true western experience. This ranch also offers hunts for Free Roaming Aoudad Sheep, Rocky Mountain Elk, Mule Deer, Pronghorn Antelope and great predator hunting.
West Texas Javelina Hunting Rates
West Texas Javelina & Predator Hunting Rates