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Discussion in 'Hog Hunting' started by t-tomshooter, Jan 19, 2018.
Are you talking javelinas or feral hogs? Two different things as far as regs and limits go correct?
Pretty sure he didn't specify, in order to solicit the response like the one I posted...
Remember, this is Hawk you are talking about....
But, ya Javelinas = 2 at most season limit in Texas.
Hogs, kill em all ya want...
If either of you had bothered to read the original post you wouldnt ve asking these questions.
I did.. he said javelina or hogs but you didnt specify. Guess I should have figured hogs but I didnt see any harm in asking a harmless question, jeez
See Rat, just what I said.... hahaha Nothing like calling your shot.
so your buddies shot 70 javelinas? i was confused to because that seams like a slaughter
Aren't you supposed to be preparing yourself for being berated ?
Same typical crap. You love to say things in ways just to get a response/argument.
Your the one taking it that way. I answered the guys question.
I dont think he read your post very clearly as you were saying you would really like to shoot javelinas.
He meant feral hogs when he said 70, not javelinas. He just didnt specify in order to tempt people to question him and get a fight started.
All that said, I do not believe I have ever talked to anyone who has eaten javelinas. Are they any good to eat or do you know? Mixed reviews from what I have read.
The limit for javelina in Texas is two per year. However there is no tag on a Texas license for javelina. People who come in from out of state and pay to hunt them are probably the only ones to ever get ticketed for breaking the law.
Most people around here don't eat them. But just like a big nasty boar if you handle the meat correctly and bleed the meat out real well they can be eaten.
I'd like to kill a Javelina for the wall, and some young tender old world pigs for the smoker.
My dad shot a javelina years ago on a hunt in south Texas. Said he took one bite and tasted it for five days.
I live in central Texas and our hogs are usually fat and taste real good. I kill so many that i don't mess with the boars anymore but even they can be eaten off you take care of the meat. They are really hard to clean though because of the shield along the rib cage.
BTW, you didn't happen to buy a truck recently, and then start having oil pressure problems with it after you had an oil change done? Just wondering....
Theyre called skunk pigs for a reason.
You can go down there and kill all the javelinas you want. If anybody stops you just show them this .
Killing as many javelinas as hogs just because they are both new and world and old world pigs is about as logical as just shooting as many canvasbacks as you want just because they are ducks....