Arizona Javelina Hunting: The End?

Empty Handed
Empty Handed

Well, I didn’t have very high hopes for this season, hunting in a unit that I did not really know too well. Blowing my one opportunity at a pig early in the season was probably not a good place to start either. I hunted one more time this past Saturday in the hope of finding a herd, but the rolling hills and canyons provided the shelter that these javlelina were looking for. Looking at the calendar and weighing the pros and cons of trying to squeeze one more day in makes me think that Saturday was probably the last day in the field for me.


I could be cliche and say that any day in the field is a good day, but there is that nagging thought in the back of my mind telling me I should have been done a week and half ago, if I had been a little bit smarter on my stalk. No matter, I have a couple of hours free this afternoon. I just might dust off the fly rod and chase some carp.

One Response to “Arizona Javelina Hunting: The End?”

  1. Brian

    What unit did you hunt? My hunting partner and I saw a herd last week during a day trip but nothing at all in the same area this whole weekend. They’re definitely out there though, saw the signs…just keep at it!


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